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+ - Employee pay statements exposed to internet

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "ADP (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automatic_Data_Processing) apparently offers client companies the option of providing employee pay statements online, and not mailing paper statements. My company jumped on the bandwagon. Website (http://my.adp.ca) claims to be IE-only, windows-only, and adobe-only, and looks about as secure as you're average early-nineties, in-house developed 'secure' website. Looks like it'll work in firefox on linux, haven't tried yet. To be clear, I'm not -opposed- to having it available online; I know the technology exists to do it securely. I am opposed to them doing it, as I wouldn't trust them to manage a good crap without written instructions and a personal coach."

Comment: TV Watching Habits (Score 1) 521

by Cymsdale (#31157348) Attached to: Did We Lose the Privacy War?

I've recently gotten AT&T U-Verse, who, according to their privacy statement, will be monitoring my TV watching habits

I want media companies to know what shows I watch, because I want them to keep showing shows that I like to watch. I like privacy, I think privacy is important, but fear that privacy advocates will take so many actions to make "good" media unprofitable, it will only push us toward a future with nothing but American Idol spin-offs.

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