reply to Nightfall
Re: It already hurt them You know as a user and tweaker of my personal Android phone I say: good (that the admins lack 'management' of my device).
Let me put in the activesync server and access my mail and calendar, that's all I need. Otherwise keep your control-freak paws out of my device.
I think they can wipe it though as someone said, it asked for that permission when I set up the account. That's fine I assume they won't do that unless I tell them I lost it (it's also backed up anyway).
Rowland Heights, CA
The key word in your post is personal. That is fine and dandy. But if it is a company owned and provided device, the company has every right and should be able to do as it pleases with that device, including tracking it and monitoring what is going on on it.