The Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986, as amended in 1994, extends some right of privacy to employees when sending and receiving e-mail messages on the employer’s computer system and calls made and received on employer-owned cell phones.

The Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986, as amended in 1994, extends some right of privacy to employees when sending and receiving e-mail messages on the employer’s computer system and calls made and received on employer-owned cell phones.

However, the statute provides several exceptions that permit employers to intercept and/or monitor employee e-mail, Internet, and cell phone use at work.

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  • Describe your current (or previous) employer’s policy      regarding employee use of e-mails, Internet, and phones for personal      matters while at work.
  • Be sure to indicate if the policy is a formal, written      policy, or an informal policy.
  • In addition, is the policy administered in a uniform      and consistent manner?