Worker privacy: you have none

Friday, 9 December 2005, 1:54 PM EST

If you have internet access at work, there's a very good chance your employer has a system in place to monitor your online activities. So, if you're concerned about privacy, take heed. Under current U.S. law, there's little you can do to protect the confidentiality of your internet use on the job. Here's a rundown of the rights you don't have at work.

At Wired.

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