“Monsieur X” Case Continues Trend Limiting Employee Data Protection
August 8, 2013
A look at trends in French law in view of a July decision holding that information stored by an employee on an employer’s computer would not be considered private unless clearly designated as such. The writer says this decision may be indicative of a trend in Europe, limiting what over time had evolved into “sacrosanct privacy rights” in the workplace.
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