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Tuesday, September 05, 2017
European Court Says Companies Should Inform Employees of Email Checks


Companies need to make sure that employees are aware in advance of management monitoring of their work email accounts, the European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday.

In a judgment in the case of a man fired 10 years ago for using a work messaging account to communicate with his family, the judges found that Romanian courts failed to protect Bogdan Barbulescu's private correspondence because his company had not given prior notice that it was monitoring his communications.

The company had presented him with printouts of his private messages to his brother and fianc?e on Yahoo Messenger as evidence of his breach of a company ban on such personal use.

The European court in Strasbourg ruled that Romanian judges, in backing the employer, had failed to protect Barbulescu's right to private life and correspondence.

The court concluded that Barbulescu had not been informed in advance of the extent and nature of his employer's monitoring or the possibility that it might gain access to the contents of his messages.

The court also said there had not been a sufficient assessment of whether there were legitimate reasons to monitor Barbulescu's communications.



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