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[But despite its strength, GE has tended to be quiet about its privacy efforts, treating it more like compliance. For that reason, the hiring of Kelly may be an indication that GE wants to turn its stellar privacy record into more of a competitive differentiator.] Maybe GE has reached a realization that they could be more externally focused, ... Nuala has done a really good job of fighting lots of fires and tackling lots of issues. She's been very transparent.

[But despite its strength, GE has tended to be quiet about its privacy efforts, treating it more like compliance. For that reason, the hiring of Kelly may be an indication that GE wants to turn its stellar privacy record into more of a competitive differentiator.] Maybe GE has reached a realization that they could be more externally focused, ... Nuala has done a really good job of fighting lots of fires and tackling lots of issues. She's been very transparent.

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I think our findings are mixed. Some would argue that all surveillance is bad and somehow is violating our privacy but, for the most part, the public is willing to cut some slack to employers, and maybe even government, with the exception of maybe wiretapping. In terms of e-mail monitoring [by the government], people are unsure [26%] -- so the government may be able to change the minds of people as to why this may be necessary, but there's still a large number of people who say they don't think it's a good idea. Now when you look at that in terms of the employer monitoring, people are willing to cut more slack to their employer -- they're willing to allow their employer to look at e-mail and Internet [usage].

I think our findings are mixed. Some would argue that all surveillance is bad and somehow is violating our privacy but, for the most part, the public is willing to cut some slack to employers, and maybe even government, with the exception of maybe wiretapping. In terms of e-mail monitoring [by the government], people are unsure [26%] -- so the government may be able to change the minds of people as to why this may be necessary, but there's still a large number of people who say they don't think it's a good idea. Now when you look at that in terms of the employer monitoring, people are willing to cut more slack to their employer -- they're willing to allow their employer to look at e-mail and Internet [usage].

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