Employee surveillance.

https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/tools-and-samples/toolkits/pages/workplaceprivacy.aspx (Links to an external site.)

You also might enjoy this episode of “The Office,” Season 2, Episode 9, “Email Surveillance.” (A higher-quality version is on Netflix if you have a subscription.)

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6tu3p4 (Links to an external site.)

Write an original post of about 6-8 well-thought sentences that does the following:
Identify a relevant principle or value that might have some bearing on matters of employee surveillance.
Apply that principle or value to thinking about whether a company might use digital tools to monitor employees, or what circumstances/limitations might be considered. You can apply this to specific kinds of surveillance, such as email monitoring, or make it more general.
Reply to a peer’s post, and don’t just agree. You could extend their principle or value to a slightly different context, give an example of how their principle/value could play out in a real or hypothetical workplace, identify a different value/principle that bears on the same set of facts, etc. You’re also welcome to (respectfully!) disagree.
You do not have to decide whether email surveillance is always permissible or always to be avoided. Rather, use the principle or value to help flesh out something that might help us think through at least one part of this debate.

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