CFP-209 / Computers In The Workplace: Employer Surveillance Vs. Employee Right to Privacy

Computer technologies provide new opportunities for employee surveillance, as well as communication. What right to privacy should workers expect in the workplace? What are the employer's concerns? How should these interests be weighed? The answers are evolving slowly, but the questions are coming into sharp focus. A look at several sides of the issues. Chair: Alan F. Westin, Columbia University.

Gary Marx, MIT
Willis Ware, RAND Corp.
Kristina Zahorik, US Senate Labor Committee

ISBN 1-57844-024-6
Order Number: CFP209
Item Type: Video; VHS; 97 minutes

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