The Federal Government is considering changing the Telecommunications Act to give bosses the right to snoop on their employees email and internet communications without their consent. The law will only apply to companies providing "critical infrastructure" and is being considered as an anti-terrorism move. If it comes into play, the law could affect millions of workers.
Bosses to get right to snoop
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