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Why Should You Be Thinking About Your Employees’ Workplace Privacy?
  • Troutman Sanders LLP
  • USA
  • January 8 2019

Do you monitor your employees using technology? Would you consider making them wear wristbands or other devices capturing their every move? This


Supreme Court of Canada Bulletin
  • Gowling WLG
  • Canada
  • December 16 2018

On appeal from a judgment of the Court of Appeal for Ontario (LaForme, Rouleau and Brown JJ.A.), 2017 ONCA 365, setting aside a decision of Guay J


Workplace Monitoring: Where Do Employers Draw The Line?
  • McGuireWoods LLP
  • USA
  • December 11 2018

Recent developments in privacy law and a rise in class action lawsuits related to data collection offer a cautionary tale about understanding legal


Cliff-edge moment for privacy rights and criminal investigations
  • Arthur Cox
  • United Kingdom, Ireland
  • September 24 2018

Does a suspect in a criminal investigation have a reasonable expectation of privacy? Or does the fact that they are under investigation mean they


‘This call is being recorded’: secret workplace recordings
  • Ius Laboris
  • USA
  • September 19 2018

Gone are the days of bulky recording devices and wires. Anyone with a cell phone can easily start a recording, slip the phone in a pocket, and walk


Travelling to the US? Your devices may be searched in Ireland
  • Arthur Cox
  • USA, Ireland
  • September 11 2018

While proposals announced by the United States government earlier this year requiring those travelling to the US to provide details of all social


Privacy of Cell Location Data - Analysis of Carpenter Decision
  • Dechert LLP
  • USA
  • July 25 2018

In a closely watched decision, the United States Supreme Court recently held in Carpenter v. United States1 that government prosecutors must seek


Ethics, AI and Regulation
  • GTG Advocates
  • United Kingdom
  • July 5 2018

Ethics, is a term derived from the Greek word ethos which can mean custom, habit, character or disposition. It is an intrinsic requirement for human


Carpenter v. U.S.
  • Frost Brown Todd LLC
  • USA
  • July 5 2018

Cell phone users have a legitimate expectation of privacy in historical cell tower location data held by the user’s wireless company and a government


SCOTUS Issues Landmark Decision on Cell Phone Location Data with Major Implications for Fourth Amendment Privacy
  • Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP
  • USA
  • June 28 2018

On Friday, June 22, 2018, the Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated opinion in Carpenter v. United States, 585 US. __ (2018),1 and declared a