The Daily Mail says "Britons have been warned not to use Facebook, Twitter, Google Chat or other messaging platforms at work".
So what's happened to spark the alarm – and are they right that we should be worried?
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If you've got a sophisticated employer, there's a chance they'll be able to see you've used a messaging service on work time through work internet – but they won't be able to see the actual messages. If you're using a work phone, there's a chance you're being monitored more closely, but this is actually a little rarer and trickier than desktop surveillance.