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Daily Dashboard | How Much Privacy Should We Expect at Work? Related reading: Roundup: Germany, Israel, Ireland, US and more

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Any electronic correspondence sent at the workplace should be considered about as private as a postcard. That's the message from the head of Quebec's Privacy Commission, Jean Chartier, who recently advised that a "computer screen is not a wall that you can hide behind." A case set to unfold this week before Montreal's city council illustrates the lingering question surrounding how much privacy an employee can expect at work, The Montreal Gazette reports. A city employee claims to have been spied upon by officials who say they investigated the employee based on allegations of misconduct. Employees must work within the employer's guidelines, Quebec's privacy commission warns.
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