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Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2006

A recent article in the New York Daily News highlighted the multiple firings over info sent via work e-mail addresses. While this type of digital monitoring may seem out of line, employers are actually well within their rights to monitor what their employees are writing. Of course, asking your pal in finance to grab a burger for lunch isn't a particular area of interest to your company, but making slanderous remarks can be. Ask your IT department for more details.



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