Email Privacy In The WorkplaceEmployers are often concerned about the productivity of employees who send personal emails or browse through recreational websites at the office. Recreational surfing might also be a source of legal problems, such as disclosure of trade secrets, sexual harassment claims, and copyright infringement. As a consequence, employers are prone to monitoring employees' emails. Recent Court cases have held that they have a right to do so.
The following questions have been addressed in this article:Isn't Monitoring Employees' Emails an Invasion of Privacy?
Under What Conditions can Employers Monitor their Employees' Emails?
What Additional Steps should Employers Take?
Practically, How can a Computer System be Monitored?
What about Filtering Devices?