Federal court ruling on employee e-mail should prompt policy review

04/27/2010 | HRMorning.com

A recent federal court ruling that supports an employee's right to privacy regarding personal e-mails sent from work is a wake-up call for employers, Tim Gould writes. If companies want legal access to every message sent using company-owned equipment, they should make sure their policies prohibit any personal e-mail or make it "crystal-clear that employees have no right to privacy in anything they do on company computers," he writes.

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