Apple Computer’s Physical Privacy Issues in the Workplace

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Apple Computer's Physical Privacy Issues in the Workplace
It was formerly common to deny the existence of a private sphere in the workplace, under the assumption that privacy was a concept that properly belonged to the individual outside working hours, and that was negated by the terms of the employment contract (Palm, 2008, p. 202). However, this is to conceive of employment as an absolute surrender of the personhood of the employee in exchange for money, a position that cannot be defended (Palm, 2008, p. 211). The right to privacy at the workplace is not as extensive as that enjoyed elsewhere, but it does exist and can be defended on both utilitarian and deontological grounds. Its scope is disputed; its existence is not.
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