WASHINGTON -- Your boss may be spying on you electronically. He may be monitoring your personal telephone calls, watching you with hidden cameras, keeping secret records of your computer habits. Such corporate invasions of workerndividual freedom is endangered today more by employers than by government, the ACLU contends.
In response, the ACLU announced that it will mount a major campaign to draft model federal and statutes to guarantee basic freedoms. Also, it will continue to fight these employer practices through lawsuits, said Ira Glasser, ACLU ex
"It is standard operating procedure" in the telephone and travel industries to monitor employees' personal phone calls without telling them, said Lewis Maltby, head of the ACLU's Bill of Rights campaign.