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4 April 2003
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4 April 2003
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الكاتب: BP

No compulsory testing - Education and counselling programmes [regarding BP's new workplace policy on HIV/AIDS in South Africa]:...Both the policy and the programmes are underpinned by key ethical and moral principles: non-disclosure, confidentiality,...

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28 March 2003
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الكاتب: Labor Council of New South Wales, Workers Online

Union delegates in NSW Premier’s Department have negotiated what may be the first Australian agreement to restrict employer surveillance of employee use of the Internet.

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23 March 2003
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الكاتب: Liz Gooch, The Age [Australia]

Australian workers are questioning what level of workplace monitoring is acceptable as more companies introduce measures such as drug testing and email and video surveillance. The Victorian Law Reform Commission is investigating privacy issues in the...

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12 August 2002
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الكاتب: Dana Hawkins, U.S. News & World Report

For employers who test to deter drug use, which they say leads to a safer, more productive workplace, so-so accuracy might be enough. But it comes at a high cost in reputations and livelihoods for those falsely accused...the fastest-growing segment of...

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1 August 2002
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الكاتب: ING Sustainable Growth Fund

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16 April 2002
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الكاتب: Privacy & American Business

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3 April 2002
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الكاتب: UN Wire

[prohibiting violations of rights to education, work and privacy of HIV-infected patients]

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6 March 2002
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الكاتب: Fay Burstin, Herald Sun [Australia]

Spy cameras, e-mail monitoring and other types of surveillance may be banned or curtailed in workplaces if they are found to breach workers' privacy.

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1 March 2002
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الكاتب: Wayne Madsen, senior fellow of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, Multinational Monitor

In the wake of September 11, a wide array of corporations, with the active encouragement of the U.S. government, are developing new and extremely intrusive systems to capture personal data, biometric data and video information.

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