Privacy at work book – New Zealand


Cool the New Zealand’s privacy commissioner has issued a set of guidelines aimed at addressing workplace privacy issues. The Commissioner Marie Shroff hopes the book will help clear up ambiguity surrounding such issues as email monitoring and Internet use, employee surveillance and the use of biometric technologies in the workplace, among others.

And the guidelines are available for purchase on the Privacy Commission’s Web site, yes you have to pay for it. It’s only $20 a copy.

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