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  •  You don't have to share to share (2+ / 0-)
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    Avila, lazybum

    Any web-based activity you carry out using your company's servers will be logged. If you access LinkedIn, Facebook, gmail, your investment account, etc. at any time using your company's network, you should assume that your IT department has the necessary information to access those accounts, too.

    Also applies to all internet-based communication across the network. Chat? Private email sent using your Yahoo account? If it went through the corporate firewall on its way in or out, the company more than likely has every character on file, unless your IT department is utterly inept or your executives are saints.

    Bottom line isn't "don't share your passwords" -- it's "there is no privacy on the network."

    "Do it in the name of Heaven; you can justify it in the end..." - Dennis Lambert & Brian Potter

    by pragmaticidealist on Fri Mar 15, 2013 at 10:06:10 PM PDT

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