Did I miss something? I see more and more people using their lab issued phones as personal phones. I was under the impression that these phones are for business purposes only and personal use was limited to incidental use.
I would assume these phones are capable of being monitored and it would be easy to when and where these phones are being used.
Seems like a waste of tax payer money to supply these phones for business purposes only to have them being used for personal purposes
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