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Look at surveillance of employees in the work place (21 Dec 2003)

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The Privacy Commission has conducted a public survey on surveillance of employees in the work place. The response was that the proposed binding code of practice was too harsh. On this result, the Commission replaced the code with a set of non-binding guidelines. Points out that trade unions were not among the respondents and the results were skewered towards employers. But Raymond Tang Yee-bong (Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data) says contents of the code and guidelines are similar and that both employers' and employees' interests have been considered. Sin Chung-kai (Legislative Councilor, Technology Constituency) demands a second round of consultation.

Program: 
Newsline
Publish Date: 
Sunday, December 21, 2003
Station: 
ATV
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