Block MSN/AIM Spy Software?

brooke

Technology Novice
The owner of the company where I work has installed msn spy software on his PC. If the PC that I use was his that would be fine, but I provide my own PC and do not feel in that case he has a right to see it. Is there a way to block him from this?
 

Gene Steinberg

Forum Super Hero
Staff member
This is a difficult one. He has the right to be aware of your work at the office. But the fact that it is your PC creates a possible conflict. But you may risk the job to uninstall the software. Maybe you need legal advice here.
 

brooke

Technology Novice
This is a difficult one. He has the right to be aware of your work at the office. But the fact that it is your PC creates a possible conflict. But you may risk the job to uninstall the software. Maybe you need legal advice here.

but i think the chatting conversation is my privacy.isn't it?
 

brooke

Technology Novice
You means if i still want to work in here,maybe i should compromise
trying the direct route is very difficult to me
 

Gene Steinberg

Forum Super Hero
Staff member
It doesn't help you at this point in time, but there's actually a Supreme Court case about employee privacy.

In any case, the easiest solution for you right now is to make a deal with your employer even if that's difficult for you.
 
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