Editorial: Big Dweeb is Watching - Page 2

By Jim Freund | Posted Sep 28, 2001
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Yet I can understand the some of the justifications that a few companies put forth. For example, in financial institutions, there is great concern about insider tips and trading. Therefore, I think it is necessary for enterprises to deal with their policies in a more conscientious manner, and not just use these techniques because it's possible.

So don't allow yourselves to be put into the position of being Big Brother. This is a task for other high-level executives who already have to deal with sensitive information, such as the CFO's office, or Human Resources. All you need to do is enable them to receive and read the ensuing reports and data. Then your hands are clean, and your relationship with your users isn't compromised.

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