Lawsuit Threat Fuels E-Mail Monitoring

Dickinson, Casey J.
June 2000
Business Journal (Central New York);06/09/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 23, p16
Reports that the potential for lawsuits arising from corporate electronic mail is fueling a trend toward monitoring employee messages. Employers' increased sensitivity over e-mail systems; Legal protection for employers' practice of monitoring company e-mail; Limits of the right to monitor company e-mail; Other legal remedies for employers.


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