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August 29, 2005

Texas Bar & Restaurant Owners Compelled to Take Measures to Prevent Identity Thefts by Employees

Effective September 1, 2005, a law signed by the governor of Texas in May requires every restaurant and

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July 1, 2005

DOOCES WILD: How Employers Can Survive the New Technological Poker Game of Employee Blogging

"dooced: to lose one's job because of one's website."---The Urban DictionaryWelcome to the employers'

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May 1, 2005

New FTC Regulations On Proper Destruction of "Consumer Information": Steps Employers Need to Take to Comply

As part of its comprehensive efforts to combat identity theft, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has

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April 15, 2005

Michigan Becomes the First State in the Nation to Open the Door to Potential Employer Liability for Workplace Identity Theft

In early 2005, Michigan became the first state in the nation to enact legislation requiring that every

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March 16, 2005

HR's Role in HIPAA Security Compliance

NOTE: This article was published March 21, 2005 by the Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., in BNA's

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August 30, 2003

Offensive Spam in the Workplace: Employers' Obligations and Liabilities

DEALING WITH SPAM IN THE WORKPLACESince the mid-1990’s email has become as essential to the workplace

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July 31, 2003

California Supreme Court Sets New Standard for Protecting Corporate e-Mail Systems from Unauthorized Communications

Kourosh Hamidi was not a happy man. He had been on worker’s compensation leave from his job at Intel.

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June 15, 2003

Theft of Computerized Personal Information Will Trigger New Notice Obligations for Employers Conducting Business in California

Effective July 1, 2003, a data security law intended to combat identity theft will impose new notice

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March 26, 2002

The Next Great Trans-Atlantic Voyage: European Laws Protecting Human Resources Data Arrive on America's Shores

Globalization! The much-ballyhooed war cry of American business during the past decade could soon become

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March 1, 2002

On July 1, 2002, a New California Law Will Place Additional and Dramatic Limitations Upon a Company's Use of the Social Security Numbers of Customers and Employees

Recent years have seen a dramatic increase in the crime of identity theft. Although social security numbers

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