My desk is right in front of a meeting room with a big glass partition and everybody can see my screen (two screens).
Occasionally I check the news or property websites or have some music in the background. Everybody does, it's natural. I am a software developer and spend at least 10 hours in that office. Basically I live in it.
One of the directors (I don't know who) must have looked at my screen for a prolonged time while he was having a meeting and then complained to my manager that I am not doing enough work. I took this as an insult and felt my privacy was being invaded. Does this constitute as harassment?
My manager told me I am not in the "black books" (I asked him) and that I should better do it less, but in all honesty I felt a bit intimated by all this. I don't want this to cause trouble at my evaluation. I thought about talking to HR but I am worried whether I will be rocking the boat and shooting myself in the foot.
Any suggestions on how to approach this? Or shall I just give it a rest?