Organizations in the EU have been hesitant to track DEI policies due to a misconception that this is a violation of the GDPR.
The Slovenian DPA confirmed that providing safety of property can be in a legitimate interest of the data controller, but but must be appropriate and necessary.
UK's privacy watchdog launched a public consultation on its draft guidance on employers’ obligations when monitoring at work
A remote employee of a U.S. business who was fired for refusing to leave his webcam on while he was working was awarded roughly 75,000 euros by a Dutch court.
Computer monitoring software is helping companies spy on their employees to measure their productivity – often without their consent.
Excessive surveillance is having profoundly negative effects on the workforce.
More companies are turning to remote monitoring tools to keep tabs on their employees while working from home.
Companies can access personal emails, social media accounts and instant messages.
The manager of the enterprise had changed the password and logged on to the complainant’s e-mail account every day for a period of six weeks after the employment had ended. Norwegian DPA found that the enterprise lacks a legal basis for accessing e-mail in this manner.
In January, a majority of EU politicians backed a legislative initiative to call for a bloc-wide directive on the issue.