Why bosses should beware of e-mail and the internet
The internet and e-mail have become essential in the day-to-day office environment with little awareness of the pitfalls that can occur through misuse. David Morgan assesses the legal risks associated with the abuse of such facilities by employees
The internet and e-mail have both become one of the most significant sources of information and means of communication. But employers need to be aware of the abuses by employees that can take place and the legal implications associated by using such facilities.
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