Monday, December 22, 2014

Get over it, there is no such thing as privacy.

After reading the "Sony hacking" story I scrolled through the comments to see how people felt about it. The majority said it wasn't fair that your employer could read your emails. They didn't think you should be held accountable for things you write in a "work" email. The key word here is "WORK" people. You are not entitled to privacy when you are at work. You are being employed by someone else. If you want privacy, use your personal email address from a personal device when sending personal emails. It's not rocket science. It's 2014 and everything is electronic now. If you don't want someone to see something you wrote, don't write it. Tell them face to face. There is no such thing as privacy anymore.