In some organizations, people do not enable security on their Outlook calendars, so when you open someones calendar to schedule a meeting, you can see what else they are doing.
From time to time, this might reveal a cool project or sales lead they are working on that I might want to get involved with. I do from time to time read my bosses to try and guess what my deadlines are.
However, I feel without really knowing why that looking in a colleagues calendar to simply understand what they are working on is crossing the line and an invasion of privacy.
Am I correct, and if so, why?