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Privacy Policy

March 09, 2008

The Privacy policy explains that employees are not to have any expectation of privacy with respect to any material on company or client property. It further explains privacy as it relates to computer, e-mail, voice mail, facsimiles, and the like.

Subject: Privacy

Organization: Anonymous

Example of: Standard Policy

Employees are expected to make use of company or client facilities only for the business purposes of the company or the client. For example, computers are not to be used to play personal computer games. Accordingly, materials that appear on computer, e-mail, voice mail, facsimiles, and the like are presumed to be for business purposes, the work product belongs either to the company or to the client, and all the materials are subject to review by the company or the client at any time without notice to the employee. Employees are not to have any expectation of privacy with respect to any material on company or client property.


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