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Discussion in 'General Firearms & Ammo' started by The Machinist, Jul 30, 2020.

  1. Mohawk600

    Mohawk600 Well-Known

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    They are always listening and monitoring.....
     


  2. FireInTheWire

    FireInTheWire Ego kills talent TGT Supporter

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    Of course.

    Just wait till AI takes over.

    You think the government watches you....
     
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  3. Hoji

    Hoji Bowling-Pin Commando

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    As much as I order from SGammo I am sure I made a list.
     
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  4. dsgrey

    dsgrey Active Member

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    At my employer, if employees don't have a company issued phone but want to access corporate email, there is a legal document when you download the software which states the company can take your personal phone at any time for legal reasons. Just saw this happen too. Senior management is under investigation but legal is tracking emails to/from their non-management staff which only have personal phones. The ones with email access were collected and the employee is not reimbursed the cost of a phone. But it's all stated in the legal document as mentioned.
     
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  5. pronstar

    pronstar TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    Yeah at my former career, if we wanted server access then we had to give our IT department access to our private phones.

    Was told main reason was to ensure they could remotely wipe it remotely if lost. But the agreement I signed basically gave them carte blanche access.


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  6. Axxe55

    Axxe55 Professional Troublemaker

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    One company I worked for years ago, wanted the passwords to my personal email accounts. I did have a company phone and a company email account. I took the request to my attorney and had him look it over, and he sent them a letter. I was never asked about the passwords to my personal email accounts again.
     
  7. jordanmills

    jordanmills TGT Addict

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    If they aren't compensating the employees for the cost of the phones, the entire contract is invalid.
     
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  8. Axxe55

    Axxe55 Professional Troublemaker

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    But if they signed any documents agreeing to allow that, I wonder.
     
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  9. jordanmills

    jordanmills TGT Addict

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    Basic contract law. A contract without equal consideration is not valid.
     
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  10. Axxe55

    Axxe55 Professional Troublemaker

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    Very good point. That makes a lot of sense.
     


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