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Old 04-28-2018, 01:41 PM
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I just heard about this. Chase had set up a system to spy on its employees, using Palantir, which was fine with all the higher-ups ... until they discovered they were being spied on, too.

Security pro at JPMorgan spied on employees using Palantir - Business Insider


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Old 04-28-2018, 05:57 PM
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Many companies monitor their employees.

I'm sitting at work with nothing to do at the moment, and the cameras can be watched by the owner or my immediate manager to see how it's going. I never use the company computers,for private stuff, and only use my smart phone for any thing.

The Wi-Fi can gather that I'm on C-D right now.
They can see I'm not busy at the moment, and I'm allowed to have my smart phone. They may even be able to tell what I'm typing right now.

Its safe to say you can always assume you are being monitored in today's world.

I don't do anything much they can say any thing about, I keep my nose clean.

Do that and you don't have to worry if the company is spying on you.

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