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Workplace Consequences of Electronic Exhibitionism and Voyeurism

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Herbert, W.A. ; The author is Deputy Chair and Counsel of the New York State Public Employment Relations Board.

Electronic exhibitionism de scribes the increasing worldwide phenomenon of individuals eviscerating their own privacy by affirmatively or inadvertently posting and distributing private and intimate information, thoughts, activities and photographs via email, text messaging, blogs, and social networking pages. Electronic voyeurism is descriptive of the related phenomenon of individuals and employers, who are members of what Daniel J. So love has described as Generation Google, searching, indexing, and distributing electronic data about others.

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Technology and Society Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 3 )