Tag Archives: North Carolina

North Carolina AG Proposes Stronger Breach Notification and Personal Information Safeguard Requirements

Citing to estimates in 2017 “more than 5.3 million North Carolinians were … affected by a data breach,” Attorney General Josh Stein and Rep. Jason Saine announced on January 8 proposed legislation aimed at protecting state residents from becoming victims of identity theft. To do so, the “Act to Strengthen Identity Theft Protections” (see fact … Continue Reading

Employers Don’t Put Your Heads In the Sand, You May Be Required to Monitor, Investigate and Report Employees Accessing Child Pornography

The New Jersey Appellate Division (Doe v. XYC Corporation) and the Court of Appeals of Wisconsin (Maypark v. Securitas Serv. USA Inc. & Sigler v. Kobinsky) have both examined an employer’s duty to monitor employees conduct while at work, and have reached drastically different results. Additionally, at least seven states—Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South … Continue Reading
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