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Israeli privacy update: Landmark case establishes guidelines for monitoring employee online activity

Employee e-mail use policies usually grant employers wide-ranging powers to monitor and review employees' Internet usage and e-mail correspondence. According to a recent major decision by the Israeli National Labor Court, however, this situation is likely to dramatically change, and generic, sweeping or vague Internet use policies of employers will no longer be allowed.

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