Long gone are the days when the division between an employee’s work and personal life was clearly defined by the physical act of walking through the doors of the workplace. Today, smartphones, laptops and PDAs keep individuals “connected” without interruption and can quickly disseminate their personal information into public and private domains on the Internet. This reality, in addition to the plethora of government and private web-based databases, means that there is more information available on the Internet about employees than ever before. The availability of all this information has broken down many of the traditional barriers that once created natural division between an individual’s work and home life.
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