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The temporary nature of the pictures would therefore encourage frivolity and emphasize a more natural flow of interaction.
Employees in Europe should think carefully about using the Internet to send private messages at work.
Europe’s top rights court ruled Tuesday (12 January) that companies could monitor workers’ online communications.
The judges also defended the decision by Romania’s courts to allow transcripts of the engineer’s communications be used against him in court, saying: “It proved that he had used the company’s computer for his own private purposes during working hours.”Read: EU judges reinforce fixed-term workers’ rights By withholding the identities of the people with whom he had communicated, Romania’s courts struck a “fair balance” between respect for privacy and the interests of the employer, the court in Strasbourg ruled.
The ECHR’s judgments are binding on countries that have ratified the European Convention on Human Rights.
The case revolved around a Romanian engineer who was fired in 2007 after his company discovered he was using Yahoo Messenger to chat not only with his professional contacts, but also with his fiancee and brother.