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Whistleblower Receives First False Claims Act Payout For Cybersecurity Claim
Whistleblower programs that previously focused on traditional concerns such as accounting and FCPA issues should now consider expanding
United States
12 Sep 2019
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EU Considers Whistleblower Protections
On April 23, 2018, the European Commission published a draft law to strengthen whistleblower protections across the European Union.
European Union
6 Jul 2018
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DDPA Declares Processing Of Personal Health Data Of Employees Unlawful
On March 8, the DDPA issued a press release (source document in Dutch) on two companies that provided activity trackers to their employees to monitor their physical exercise.
Netherlands
23 Jun 2016
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DPA Grants Right To Process Data Of Worker's Family Members Without Consent
In a recent decision, the Spanish DPA recognized the legitimacy of employers to process, without consent, the personal data of worker family members...
Spain
21 Sep 2015
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High Court Of Justice Of Madrid Allows Video Surveillance Evidence Without Notice To Employees
In a recent decision, the High Court of Justice of Madrid stated that the temporary installation (source document in Spanish) of video recording cameras at the workplace without notice to the workers is allowed.
Spain
21 Sep 2015
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Oregon Prohibits Employers From Requiring Employees Or Applicants To Establish And Maintain Social Media Accounts
On June 2, the Oregon governor signed a statute that prohibits employers from forcing their employees or job applicants to have social media accounts as a condition of employment.
United States
28 Aug 2015
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Connecticut Enacts Employee Social Media Privacy Measure
On May 19, the Connecticut governor signed a law that bars employers from requiring employees or job applicants to provide the employers with access to employee personal online account information.
United States
28 Aug 2015
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French Supreme Judicial Court Rules That Employee's Personal Information Processed Before CNIL Registration Cannot Be Used As Evidence To Support Employee Dismissal
This decision overturns a 2009 decision, in which an appellate court decided that personal data processing that enables the employer to monitor employee email did not disqualify the evidence.
France
27 Jan 2015
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Alberta Proposes Changes To Personal Information Protection Act
On November 18, the Alberta Legislature passed a first reading on the Personal Information Protection Amendment Act.
Canada
16 Jan 2015
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Congress Enhances Hiring Procedures For DHS
The legislation needs President Obama's signature before becoming official.
United States
15 Jan 2015
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