Tag Archives: Information Sharing

RFID and Workplace Privacy

The Use of RFID In The Workplace Sparks Privacy Concerns OlenderFeldman recently had the opportunity to speak with Karen Boman of Rigzone about RFID technology and workplace privacy. Although the article focuses on the oil industry, the best practices of openness and transparency are generally applicable to most workplaces. The entire article can be found here,…
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Massachusetts Data Security Regulations

Service Providers Face New Regulations Covering Personal Information If your company is a service provider (generally any company providing third-party services, ranging from a payroll provider to an e-commerce hosting provider) or your company utilizes service providers, you need to be aware of the Massachusetts Data Security Regulations (the “Regulations”). The Regulations require that by…
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Limits of Privacy on Facebook

Despite Facebook’s “Privacy Settings”, Your Information Might Not Be So Private By *protected email* With over 800 million users, there is a good chance that you, a family member or a business colleague uses Facebook. Many people assume that their posts and information viewed on Facebook is only available to their “friends.” Such an assumption would…
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FTC Settles Enforcement Actions Concerning Protection of Social Security Numbers

Yesterday, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced two proposed settlements of complaints filed against Ceridian Corporation and Lookout Services, Inc.   Both proposed consent orders require the companies to implement security measures similar to other such settlements, including development and implementation of more robust information security programs, along with biennial security assessments and reporting by qualified…
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