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July 14, 2009

Verdict Against Houston's Restaurant Demonstrates Risks of Accessing Employee's Restricted Social Networking Sites

Ranting on the Internet about one’s employer has become commonplace. When these rants appear on publicly

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July 7, 2009

Employer's Electronic Communications Policy Did Not Allow Company to Review Employee's E-mail Exchange with Her Attorney

Update August 2009: The New Jersey Supreme Court has granted review to the case discussed below. Littler

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July 7, 2009

Minnesota Appellate Court Rules that Temporary Posting of Medical Information on MySpace.Com Supports a Privacy Breach Claim Even if Seen by Only a Few

Even a brief posting of private information on an Internet site amounts to “publicity per se” sufficient

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June 30, 2009

New Jersey Appeals Court Broadly Construes Employee's "Right To Privacy" Using Company Computers

UPDATE: The New Jersey Supreme Court has agreed to review this decision. We will continue to monitor

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June 16, 2009

New Data Security Breach Laws in Alaska and South Carolina Take Effect July 1, 2009

On Wednesday, July 1, 2009, the recently enacted Alaska and South Carolina notice of security breach

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June 15, 2009

New Nevada Law Mandates Encryption of Sensitive HR Data

Nevada has joined Massachusetts as the only two states currently mandating encryption of sensitive human

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June 11, 2009

New York's Highest Court Raises a Red Flag Over Pervasive Location Tracking

Private employers are increasingly implementing location-tracking devices — Global Positioning Systems

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June 5, 2009

Philip Gordon Answers Questions About Human Resources' Top Privacy Concerns

On June 18, Philip Gordon will present at the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)

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June 2, 2009

Missouri Court Paves the Way for Federal Jurisdiction for Claims of Misappropriation of Electronic Information by Departing Employees

A federal judge in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri issued a ruling

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May 27, 2009

Court Rules Transportation Industry Employers Must Implement Observed Urine Collection Testing Procedures

An undivided panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has upheld

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