Comment criticizes of a Suprem Court decision of October 18, 2006. The Court estimates that all the files contained by a computer provided by the company are supposed "professional" and that the employer can open them without the authorization of the employee, and out its presence, since these files were not identified like "personnel" by the employee. It is a retreat of the right of paid to the respect of the intimacy of its life deprived compared to Nikon jurisprudence.
HAAS, G. and DE TISSOT, O. (2007). Cybersurveillance : vers un renforcement du droit de contrôle de l'employeur. Expertises des Systèmes d'Information, pp. 66-68.