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- Is it any of your business? Sullivan, Margie // NZ Business;Apr95, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p36
Focuses on the Privacy Act of 1993 in New Zealand. Changes in the way large corporations operate and deal with customers and employees; Act's basis on 12 information privacy principles; Direct marketers' support for the concept of consumer privacy; Compliance costs; Criticism of the Act's broad...
- Case studies from the Privacy Commissioner's files. // NZ Business;Apr95, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p41
Focuses on common complaints received by the New Zealand Privacy Office regarding the 1993 Privacy Act. Provision concerning the right to correct personal information held; Complaint regarding the use of fingerprints for check identification; Need for businesses to be aware of how they use and...
- Surveillance in the workplace. Leahy, John T. // BusinessWest;Jul95, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p32
Discusses the legality of the use in business of surveillance and privacy laws in Massachusetts. Requisites before invasion of privacy becomes an actionable cause; Searches of private offices; Video monitoring; Recording of phone calls; Computer monitoring.
- Private Life and Dismissal. MANTOUVALOU, VIRGINIA; COLLINS, HUGH // Industrial Law Journal;Mar2009, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p133
The article reports on the decision of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on the case Pay v UK in the context of claims for unfair dismissal in Great Britain. The highlights of the case is discussed. The two stages in the decision making in the ECtHR involved the admissibility of a...
- LABOUR-LAW PROTECTION OF CIVIL RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES OF EMPLOYEES IN THE WORKPLACE: PENETRATION OF DEMOCRATIC VALUES INTO THE REALM OF LABOUR OR COMPENSATION FOR GREATER JOB INSECURITY? Kovačević, Ljubinka // TEME: Casopis za DruÅ¡tvene Nauke;oct-dec2013, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p1583
Although civil rights and liberties have traditionally been viewed through a relationship between the state and the individual (i.e. the obligation of the state to refrain from interfering with individual rights and liberties), important aspects in exercising these rights and liberties are...
- The Privacy Debate. Armstrong, Anne A. // Government Executive;Nov2000, Vol. 32 Issue 13, p68
Examines issues related to the protection of privacy in the United States. Link of privacy to concepts of personal freedom and well-being; Requirement for customers in electronic transactions; Proposal for the monitor of information from web sites.
- International courts favoring workers in e-mail privacy cases. Bryan, Bob // South Carolina Business Journal;Apr2001, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p9
Defines a law to protect the right of an employee to electronic mail privacy in the United States. Right of the employer to monitor the e-mail of employees; Difference of the privacy law in France.
- Workplace privacy: Issues and implications. Losey, Michael R. // USA Today Magazine;Sep94, Vol. 123 Issue 2592, p76
Reports on corporate security methods' impingement on workplace privacy. Employers' right to prohibit employees from smoking at home; Drug and alcohol testing; Impairment testing; Active badges; Electronic monitoring and surveillance; Suggestions on how managers can cope with sensitive privacy...
- Keeping Watch. Lynn, Jacquelyn // Entrepreneur;Sep2000, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p128
Discusses issues concerning employees' right to privacy in the workplace. Issues of concern to employers regarding employees activities brought by technological advancement; Considerations in adopting company policy for employee monitoring.