What rights do I have with my work computer?
My employer told all of us at work that she has the right to review anything on our computers. What privacy right do I have with my computer at work? ~Lily M.
An employee generally does not have any privacy rights when using a workplace computer. The theory is that the employer has paid for the computer, has provided the network, has provided the office space you are working in, and is paying you to perform work. The employer has a right to monitor what you do on their computer while on their time.