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Did you believe you had privacy when using the computer?
Were you permitted to have your own password ***** she did not know?
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I am not suggesting anything. I have not made any comment about NEXUS.I asked one simple question.I am not asking about a password ***** a site.
I am asking if your computer was password ***** and if so whether she had a right to know that password.
The law is that if you had a reasonable expectation of privacy then she acted unlawfully. But if she as the employer told you that you have no privacy and that she can and may access your computer then she did not act unlawfully.
Since she went so far as to put spyware into your computer I would say she clearly acted unlawfully unless she told you she may access you computer at any time.
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