PROTECTION OF EMPLOYEE'S RIGHT TO PRIVACY WHILE USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
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The use of information technologies at workplaces is a problematic and relevant issue not only at national, but also at international level because nowadays modern technologies are an integral part of almost any activity but their use is not always based on a clear legal basis or established by legal norms. This article analyses the judicial legitimation of information technology use at workplaces concentrating on the employee's (as a subject's of personal data) right to privacy. The research is done by analyzing the problems occurring among employees and employers due to different interests, by evaluating the situation of the legal and practical implementation of information technology at workplaces, demonstrating the need of having a new technologically determined legal regulation and discussing problems that arise while exercising rights of privacy protection.
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