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Employees Don't Have Privacy Rights for Work Computers

Your computer at work is almost certainly an open book to your boss, with every keystroke you type and Web page you view easily recorded and quietly checked, with or without your permission or knowledge, computer security experts say. Whether you accept or hate the reality of workplace electronic surveillance, it is legal and is the norm virtually everywhere that workers log onto a computer.

You've got no privacy on your work computer, Idaho Statesman, May 17, 2005.