Who decides what is acceptable Internet activity when there is no written policy?

Answer these questions in 250 words

Suppose that an employee writes a message to like-minded persons concerning religious beliefs or political views. Can the employee be fired in that situation?

Who decides what is acceptable Internet activity when there is no written policy?

How might an employee avoid the possibility that his or her employer will discover objectionable items on the employee’s computer?

Suppose you are discharged for violation of the policy. Should you be entitled to unemployment benefits?

What if you sued on the grounds that the discharge constituted a violation of an implied employment contract, would you succeed?