Policing the Workplace

State Representative Jim Durkin
*Republican State Representative from Illinois

Lewis Maltby
*President, The National Workrights Institute of Princeton, New Jersey

Stephanie Stahl
*Editor, Information Week

Nancy Flynn
*Executive Director, The E-Policy Institute
*Author, The E-Policy Handbook (AMACOM, 2000)

An Illinois legislator wants to make Information Technology personnel responsible for catching colleagues who look at child pornography at work. It raises the delicate question, should employees be required to monitor each other's behavior? When does corporate oversight become an invasion of privacy? On the next Talk of the Nation, join Neal Conan and guests to discuss cybersnooping in the workplace.

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