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Tracking Employees with GPS? New Jersey Law Requires Employers to Give Written Notice to Employees Before Using a Tracking Device in Employee Vehicles

Private employers in New Jersey need to be aware of the latest employee privacy law that will take effect on April 18, 2022. A3950 prohibits employers from knowingly using a “tracking...

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At Least 22 States Have Consumer Privacy Legislation Pending – Will 2022 Be the Year for More State Privacy Laws?

California is the gold standard for state privacy laws, having recently enacted the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). Virginia and Colorado also have enacted...

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New Jersey Settles with Cancer Center Over Business Email Compromise

One of the challenging things about HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) enforcement is the fact that both the Office for Civil Rights and State AGs have jurisdiction to assess...

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Volkswagen and Audi Hit with Data Breach Class Action

This week, Volkswagen AG’s U.S. entity and its Audi brand were hit with a class action for a data breach that allegedly compromised 3.3 million consumers’ personal information. In the U.S....

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CafePress to Pay $2 Million in Multi-State Data Breach Settlement

On December 18, seven states have entered into a settlement agreement with e-retailer Cafe-Press for $2 million stemming from a 2019 data breach that exposed information of approximately 22 million consumers....

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