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No, Privacy is Not Dead

There is no doubt that we are in the midst of a massive shift in how we consume information and how we communicate with each other. And there is also no doubt that those under 20 who grew up not knowing any different will have a very different kind of comfort around the online universe. Defining Online...

ALJ Rules that Boeing Company Violated NLRA by Photographing Employee Activity on Company Premises

Last week an administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) held that Boeing Company engaged in a series of unfair labor practices surrounding its recording and photographing of union solidarity marches inside its plants in Everett, Washington and Portland, Oregon. Boeing Co....

Delaware Social Media Privacy Law Moves Ahead

At our Annual Employment Law Seminar last week, I spoke about the “Facebook Privacy” bill that was then pending in Delaware’s House of Representatives. The bill passed the House on later that day and is now headed to the Senate. For those of you who weren’t in attendance last...