How can a parent know if their child is being watched by their employer?
That is the question being posed in India by a new paper published by the Institute of Information Age (IIA).
The report, titled ‘Sensing the Eyes’, was authored by Dr. Rishi Sharma, who runs the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Information Technology (CIRIT), a research institute based in Hyderabad.
Dr. Sharma and a team of experts were looking into the problem of employer surveillance using technology.
In the paper, the authors discuss several privacy-related issues that have been raised by employers, such as data collection, data retention, access to the employees’ records and their access to private communications.
The researchers also discussed some privacy issues that may arise in the future, including the impact on employee privacy, data usage and the use of social media in the workplace.
The paper describes the work of CIRIT as an important step in ensuring that all stakeholders can work to improve the functioning of the workplace and the information technology (IT) ecosystem.
“We were looking at a whole range of different issues,” Dr. Drushankar told The Times.
“What we found in terms of the privacy, the privacy of data, the data retention – these are issues that we were working with all stakeholders.
It was also the impact of social networking and the social media, which is a very important topic.”
We were able to analyse all these aspects and the data we have collected and the ways that we are working on them.””
We had a very clear understanding of the issues.
We were able to analyse all these aspects and the data we have collected and the ways that we are working on them.”
A lot of our work is related to the impact that social media has on the privacy and security of employees,” Dr Sharma added.
He added that this is not the first time that companies have tried to spy on their employees.
We also had a study in the last three years and the impact is that they have got an opportunity to learn from it,” Dr Singh said. “
The last time we did a study was in 2009 when the government was facing a major cyber crisis.
We also had a study in the last three years and the impact is that they have got an opportunity to learn from it,” Dr Singh said.
Dr Sharma is an expert in IT security and privacy.
The research has also found that companies should be careful not to rely on employee data to create a profile of employees.
“Employees can be quite sensitive to that and it is important to keep this in mind.
So there is a need for people to be able to work in an environment where they don’t have to worry about their privacy,” he said.
Dr. Sharma is also a member of the CIRET advisory board.
A lot has changed since 2009.
Today, the IT sector is so connected that employees can access work data from anywhere.
Dr Sharma points out that these days, companies are also looking at different ways to monitor the data that employees are using.
The information that the company can collect is also changing rapidly.
“Now, data is a much bigger deal than it was in the past,” Dr Vijay Sharma, a research fellow at the institute, told The Daily Star.
“This is not necessarily about the personal details that an employee has, but more about the work they are doing,” he pointed out.
“It is about how much information they have on their work.
If there is information about how they interact with colleagues, they are more likely to share that information.
And if there is data about their interactions with customers, they may share that data,” he explained.
Dr Sharma said the focus is now on getting data to the right people.
“It is a good time for the IT ecosystem as a whole to get rid of all these barriers to data privacy and data sharing,” he told The Indian Express.
Data is a big issue, especially when it comes to workplace surveillance.
While some companies have implemented systems to restrict access to employees’ data, there is no easy solution to keep track of all employees’ online activities.
Companies should also work with the data protection bodies and government bodies to make sure that data about employees’ work activities are kept private, Dr Sharma said.