[Histonet] surveillance cameras in the lab

Bartlett, Jeanine (CDC/CCID/NCZVED) jqb7 <@t> cdc.gov
Mon Aug 4 12:39:40 CDT 2008

I agree they should have been notified and all that but my point is that
if I do not like the policies where I work I am free to go somewhere

Jeanine Bartlett
Infectious Diseases Pathology Branch
(404) 639-3590 
jeanine.bartlett <@t> cdc.hhs.gov

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 > I don't think Ben Franklin's quote applies here: we are talking about
a place of employment not your home.

though we're quickly approaching content off-topic for this list, id
like to raise the rhetorical question: civil-liberties dont apply in the
workplace? i dont know about y'all, but i spend as much time at work as
i do at home, by and large, and would be rather bothered if cameras
appeared with no justification/explanation. just as i have nothing to
hide from said cameras, they have no reason to watch me, by default.

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