With the increased concerns over the use of information technology as a means of allowing employees to work at home or some remote location, a new dimension of ethics has evolved -- telecommuting ethics. Telecommuting is sometimes used to refer solely to working at home, we define telecommuting as working from any remote site, including a remote office, home, a hotel room, or anywhere there is a telephone line available to access the corporate network.
Griffith, David and Ellis, Timothy, "The Analysis of Telecommuting Ethics Using a Multidimensional Ethics Scale" (1999). AMCIS 1999 Proceedings. 246.