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Comment: Re:You don't have the privacy right (nor should yo (Score 1) 512

by SPorter (#1713183) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Privacy in the Workplace
At my office we have no privacy:
  • we have to give our supervisor our root passwd
  • we can't lock our screens when we're away from our machine
  • we are not allowed to encrypt any files on our system
  • we have to agree that anything on our computers is owned by the company and they can access it
  • no personal business on our computers

No problem... I simply ssh to another box where I do all my email. I don't give my work email address to people unless it will only be work related. Of course, with email, you can never assume it will always be secret.

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