The Finnish Constitution and Employee Email

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Global business imposes on potential investors significant restraints in ensuring and understanding the laws of the countries in which business investment is sought. Not least of their problems is the manner in which different jurisdictions treat business information. Indeed in Finland, only the sender and recipient of emails are allowed to access the email and related identification data (for example the IP address). Thus, unless specifically identified, in the email address, as the recipient or sender, an employer is prohibited from accessing it's employees emails, notwithstanding the contents of the information may constitute a business asset.

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