A discussion regarding constitutional law and whether company e-mail is protected under the employee's right of privacy.
# 98131 | 785 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 |
Published on Sep 09, 2007 in Business (Law) , Business (Information Mgmt. and Systems) , Law (Business) , Law (Constitution) , Computer and Technology (General)
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This paper reviews and discusses constitutional rights pertaining to an employee's right to privacy when using company e-mail for personal use. The paper takes a look at the example of "Asia Global Crossing, Ltd., et al.".
Sample of Sources Used:
- "Asia Global Crossing, Ltd., et al." (2005). 322 B.R. 247. Bankr. S.D.N.Y., 21 March 2005. 16 Mar 2007. http://www.phillipsnizer.com/library/cases/lib_case435.cfm
- Rich, Lloyd. (1994). "Right to Privacy in the Workplace in the Information Age."Publaw. 16 Mar 2007 http://www.publaw.com/privacy.html
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