I'm a software analyst with a relevant work history, which means that I (like others) have a large collection of bookmarks with useful links and resources that are useful during my work (along, of course, with numerous links of funny pictures of cats).
Now, let's assume I get to work for a new company, where I am responsible for the administration of my own computer: should I use my personal browser and stack overflow (sic) accounts during my working hours, or not?
Assuming that I actually talk with my employer and I get the explicit consent to do so (it would be for the mutual benefit, after all), is there something specific I should ask her (ownership of the personal data is one, but there could be other I didn't think about it)?
I would be eager to know how great is the potential for conflicting situations, and what's your take on this matter.
UPDATE: I haven't been specific enough so it's worth mentioning that I wouldn't use my browser's account in order to access personal links or do leisure browsing, instead the question is more aimed at the ownership of bookmark data.