Posts Tagged ‘United States District Court’

Computer Abuse and Use: How Protected Are You?

If your company policies don’t adequately define employee parameters of computer access as well as usage, then your company may find itself losing to disgruntled employees who take or misuse company data.

 

Beware EEOC’s Broad Power: Protect Your Trade Secrets

With EEOC complaints on the rise, employers should take note of a recent opinion reminding them that the EEOC may access “virtually any material that might cast light on the allegations against the employer.”

 

Child Porn Found In the Workplace: Affirmative Duty to Report

Misbehaving by sending inappropriate text messages, or by striking up inappropriate internet relationships is not limited just to politicians.   A hazard of our ever-present connection to the internet is the flood of information to our computers, not all of which we’ve invited or requested.  Malware, mis-directed internet searches, and unauthorized users of computer equipment can […]