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Keeping Your Online Accounts Private - Can Employers Request Access to your Facebook?

This May, Connecticut joined 20 other states with similar employee online privacy laws when Governor Dannel Malloy signed Public Act 15-6, a law designed to restrict an employer's access to social media, email, and other similar personal online accounts of employees and job applicants. The Act will go into effect October 1, 2015.

Keeping Your Online Accounts Private - Can Employers Request Access to your Facebook?

This May, Connecticut joined 20 other states with similar employee online privacy laws when Governor Dannel Malloy signed Public Act 15-6, a law designed to restrict an employer's access to social media, email, and other similar personal online accounts of employees and job applicants. The Act will go into effect October 1, 2015.

New Connecticut Law Protects Your Identity After a Data Breach

Thumbnail image for public act no. 15-142.jpgIn the wake of several high profile data breaches, the Connecticut legislature has passed a new statute that mandates credit monitoring for affected Connecticut residents as a remedy for such breaches. Governor Dannel Malloy signed the law, which amends and updates the state's current data security statute, on June 11. It will go into effect on October 1, 2015.

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