No, there is no way for your employer to see your internet activities at home.
a) You do not use the corporate WiFi network. Therefore, your employer cannot track or monitor Internet data and traffic you use from home via your private WiFi network.
b) Your browser history is not available for the MDM server, which means that your employer has no access to it.
At the same time, you should remember that all the restrictions imposed on your device enrolled within the MDM program are in effect regardless of your location. If you can’t use a browser on your mobile device at work, you can’t use it from home too.
The same thing is about restrictions related to access to certain websites, apps and so on. You still can’t access these websites from the device enrolled even from home.
If an MDM program prevents certain apps, social media or features usage, you can’t use them from home as well. The aforementioned restrictions are applicable to both corporate-owned devices and personal devices enrolled within the Bring-Your-Own-Device program no matter where you use them.
The bottom line is that there is no way for your employer to see your Internet activities at home. At the same time, all the restrictions imposed on your mobile device by the MDM program are valid even if you use it at home.
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