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It is commonplace for potential employees to undergo pre-hiring urinalyses. It is also good practice for employees to be subject to random urinalyses, as well as mandatory testing following any incidents related to work. That begs the question, "What other aspects of privacy can be broached to protect an employer?"
A standard perk for many individuals within a corporation is a company cell phone. With the advent of the smart phone, this has put a powerful computer in employees' hands. If the employer is paying the bill, to what extent have they the right to know what is being done with the equipment?