We will present a study on the regulation of privacy in non-territorial offices. In this study we examined how employees regulate their privacy and how this affects their satisfaction. The results showed that employees in traditional and non-territorial offices are equally satisfied, but the way this satisfaction is maintained seems to differ. Compared with employees in traditional offices, employees in non-territorial offices put less emphasis on their personal identity but comparable emphasis on their group identity, in addition they make more use of contact regulation options to regulate their privacy.