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Investigators want to ask you some questions about allegations that could be criminal in nature, say an allegation of theft on duty. You’re concerned because
My employer can’t access and investigate me for information on my personal cell phone, right? Wrong! Information on your personal cell phone can be seized
Can I be sued and personally held liable for questioning a suspect after he invokes his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination? Yes, you can have
Can you be disciplined for being part of your co-workers group text conversation even though you didn’t post a comment in a thread? The short
The Court found the “without authorization” clause protects computers from external threat actors, while the “exceeds authorized access” clause protects information from internal threat actors, or “hackers” within the organization who obtain information from areas where their access does not extend.
SCOTUS case involving the warrantless entry into a home following the pursuit of a misdemeanor suspect.
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