Comment posted Spygate: Who was ‘John McKinnon’? Was Russell a victim of dirty tricks by a council false persona? by Integrity? Not in the ConDemAll.
You are indeed correct that e-mails will be able to be monitored as they will be held on the e-mail server. IN fact I don’t think it is illegal for organisations to do so (although I could be wrong) as work e-mails are supposed to only be used for work purposes.
As for your other queries I am not so sure however there might be someone who can help with that. I will e-mail and copy you in.
Integrity? Not in the ConDemAll also commented
- oops that is internet use. e-mail standard text is pretty similar though. Samples (available one businesslink.gov website) read
[business name] accepts that the use of email is a valuable business tool. However, misuse of this facility can have a negative impact upon employee productivity and the reputation of the business.
In addition, all of the company’s email resources are provided for business purposes. Therefore, the company maintains the right to examine any systems and inspect any data recorded in those systems.
- Just checked – standard text in many IT policies is along the lines of
In addition, all of the company’s internet-related resources are provided for business purposes. Therefore, the company maintains the right to monitor the volume of internet and network traffic, together with the internet sites visited. The specific content of any transactions will not be monitored unless there is a suspicion of improper use.
Meaning monitoring is legal however there has to be sound grounds for it which in this case, if it is proven to be correct, is not the case.
Recent comments by Integrity? Not in the ConDemAll
- When is Argyll and Bute going to publish its mini-count breakdown of the indy referendum vote here?
I can understand why some people would be interested in seeing a breakdown however I personally fail to see any great value in it. We don’t need to encourage further division, quite the opposite. It was a national vote where every vote carried equal weight, I think it’s better leaving it as a national result.
- Lifeline for wildlife – 5p per carrier bag in Scotland from today
I have no problem with this law. If anything I don’t think it is steep enough. I was amazed at the 80% statistic and find myself questioning it’s credibility as I wouldn’t expect 5p to be much of a deterrent. I would have preferred total removal of plastic bags and the adoption of something more in.line with French supermarkets.
- For Argyll challenge to candidates for Thursday’s Oban North & Lorn by-election
That’s right, never mind promoting the credentials of the candidate – as long as they have the same gender!
I don’t know Stephanie Irvine and am not for a second suggesting she is or isn’t a credible candidate. However I would wager if she is credible she would prefer for people to vote for her on the basis of what she can bring to the post rather than simply because of ‘women supporting women’
- General election television debates
Great more debates, just what we need, more mindless chest thumping my quips better than your quip, or fans of both camps claiming irrelevant victories.
I couldn’t care less about arguments over who should and shouldn’t be involved. I’d rather they were scrapped so money wasn’t wasted on a gruesome spectacle which serves no positive value and only paints UK politics in an ugly light.
- Argyl and Bute Councillors in trouble for non-payment of – Council Tax
I don’t disagree they should pay it Treble T. I just think a witch hunt a little unedifying. They should be treated the same way any of us would for non payment.
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