Study Finds Most Czech Companies Monitor Employee Internet Activity

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Study Finds Most Czech Companies Monitor Employee Internet Activity
-- A study in the Czech Republic suggests that three quarters of all Czech companies track the web pages that their employees visit. The minister for minorities and human rights recently proposed a crack-down on employers who don’t respect the privacy of their staff. In the Czech Republic, monitoring web sites visited by employees is not illegal, but other forms of monitoring online activity are, like reading emails. Read this very interesting story and listen to the audio that illustrates differences and similarities in our two countries.

February 3, 2010
Study finds most Czech companies monitor employee internet activity
By Sarah Borufka

Concerns about employee privacy in the Czech Republic are on the rise. A freshly released survey suggests that three quarters of all Czech companies track the web pages that their employees visit. And the minister for minorities and human rights recently proposed a crack-down on employers who don’t respect the privacy of their staff. How serious is the situation? Read more ›

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