My latest op-ed, title above, appeared in Wednesday’s Virginian-Pilot.
I’ve noticed a disturbing trend of late of people having only one email address that they use for both business and personal communications. That’s all well and good if you own your own business. But if you work for someone else, check out their policy on the use of company assets, including email. What you find may surprise you – as it did Phil Hamilton.
Items you might find of interest:
- Email privacy in the workplace
- Sixth Circuit: No Expectation of Privacy in Cell Phone GPS Data
- From EPIC: United States v. Hamilton
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