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Tag Archives: Information Privacy

New Jersey Considers Prohibition on Requiring Disclosure Of Personal Account Passwords

The proposed bill prohibits an employer from requiring a current or prospective employee to provide access to a personal account or even asking if they have an account or profile on a social networking website. By Alice Cheng Last month, a New Jersey Assembly committee approved a measure that would prohibit an employer from requiring a current or prospective employee…
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Who Owns Your Data and What Can They Do With It? Understanding Data Privacy and Information Security in the Cloud

“Cloud” Technology Offers Flexibility, Reduced Costs, Ease of Access to Information, But Presents Security, Privacy and Regulatory Concerns With the recent introduction of Google Drive, cloud computing services are garnering increased attention from entities looking to more efficiently store data. Specifically, using the “cloud” is attractive due to its reduced cost, ease of use, mobility and…
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What Do I Need To Look For In A Privacy Policy?

Privacy policies are long, onerous and boring. Most consumers never read them, even though they constitute a binding contract. Here is a handy checklist of some quick things to skim for. As we’ve previously discussed, even “non-sensitive” information can be very sensitive under certain circumstances. When reviewing a company’s privacy policy, you should focus on…
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