On the assumption that working time policies at company level must aim to achieve a ‘decent work time’ (ILO), this chapter aims to analyse the “technological availability time”, assessing its nature and its implications. In particular, an examination takes place on whether digital disconnection should be incorporated into the Spanish legal system as a ‘new’ right or, by contrast, if it should be considered a specific part of the ‘right to rest’ and a mandatory minimum content of collective bargaining.