London_White wrote:Don't know about the admin tools but surely if he's using a work computer then you are entitled to see anything he writes on it?
Should be something in the employment contract to that effect?
Last place I worked got the IT department to unearth load of emails between one of the managers and her other half, they were basically fiddling copyright/royalty on a range of releases that meant her other half got 'points' from them as 'executive producer' when he was nothing of the sort
The member of staff concerned tried to say they were private communications, but the company argued successfully that as they were made using company equipment and systems they were not private but should be considered to have been made for and on behalf of the company, the company retained the right to inspect all communications sent using its systems.
London_White wrote:Ah - there's a difference I think if they are using Hotmail say, this one was using her company email - I read your post as suggesting that a company provided programme was being used, don't use Teams so not completely sure, but if access to it is gained through a work related profile and it is administered by the company then I'd suspect that the company could legitimately scrutinise all correspondence within - after all there is the potential for legal comeback if inappropriate language or content is shared in this way.
jackos wrote:Looks like them god darn Europeans are making life difficult for iptv services, xtream codes servers taken offline,
http://www.eurojust.europa.eu/press/Pre ... 09-18.aspx
OWETB wrote:That is old news jackos, most are back up and running on new servers.
jackos wrote:OWETB wrote:That is old news jackos, most are back up and running on new servers.
Thanks Bastard. Its been getting worse and worse for a couple of weeks up here, yesterday a lot of the services disappeared completely. Latest news I've seen is that the authorities have lists of ip address, and that W@rldstream are forcing suppliers to move their servers. Might be that they took down the UK market first and they've had time to solve the problem. News here is that over 90% of the suppliers are effected and looking for new homes.
Ponte wrote:Yeah was bad a week or two back, all back to normal now.
jackos wrote:Ponte wrote:Yeah was bad a week or two back, all back to normal now.
Good to hear guess the locals will sort things out quickly if they can share experiences with the uk bods. Think its just a matter of new ips/servers, restoring back-ups etc
the flying pig wrote:best new laptop for say £250-£500? standard office use & some basic gaming? for a 16 year old boy? birthday tomorrow, ok to buy now or better to wait till 'black friday' despite missing the birthday?
Professor Weeto wrote:I use one called Psiphon on the PC and iPad, which is free and surprisingly fast (I've streamed LUTV feeds without stuttering). Not availible on Mac, so I use Windscribe for that: also free but limited to a maximum of (I think) 100gb per month.
jackos wrote:Professor Weeto wrote:I use one called Psiphon on the PC and iPad, which is free and surprisingly fast (I've streamed LUTV feeds without stuttering). Not availible on Mac, so I use Windscribe for that: also free but limited to a maximum of (I think) 100gb per month.
Cheers! IS that ad funded or do they steal all your data ?