I am not a computer GEEK! My current employer of the past 15 years has pushed/pulled me into the current century tech wise. But now they are requiring me to download a app on to my personal cell phone that will basically track my every move 24/7, if they choose to do so. It will also require me to post an entry for each of my customer interactions. So, if I record that my customer & I discussed dog food or light bulbs or fish food, my company will send them e-mails promoting these products. Who has time for this type of sales propaganda? I am sure my customer's will get very tired of having their mailbox flooded with this type of e-mail. But most importantly, this is my cell phone. I am not reimbursed for the time or maintenance of this equipment. I have both personal & business contact information, cell numbers & email info, birthdays, anniversaries. Should I simply go along to get along? In a meeting this week, I was the only one out of 25 + employees that even raised a red flag at what the company was requiring us to do. Your opinions please? AM I ALONE IN THINKING THIS IS WRONG?