An Expectation of Privacy: When Does an Employer Have the Right to Monitor Employee E-Mail Messages?

An Expectation of Privacy: When Does an Employer Have the Right to Monitor Employee E-Mail Messages?

Andrew Urbaczewski (Washington State University, USA) and Juho Rikala (MARS, Inc., Finland)
Copyright: © 2006 |Pages: 7
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-405-7.ch025
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Abstract

This case presents the ethical dilemma of an IT staff member at an academic university. E-mail is an extensively used tool at this university, and the dean suspected that the associate dean was sending personal messages on the university’s server.

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