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The Right To Privacy In The Workplace
In September 2017, the European Court of Human Rights (the ECtHR) overturned a January 2016 decision of its lower court regarding employee privacy in the workplace.
Ireland
28 Sep 2017
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Processing Employee Personal Data - Five Key Tips For Employers
In June 2017, the Article 29 Working Party - the collective group of European data protection authorities - ("WP29") adopted new guidance on data processing in the workplace.
Ireland
 
27 Jul 2017
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2015 Review: Hot Topics In Tech Law
2015 was a year of significant developments in tech law. The EU's highest court – the CJEU – published a number of landmark judgments throughout the year.
European Union
12 Jan 2016
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The Trend Of BYOD: Personal Devices In The Workplace – Part 1
Bring-your-own-device ("BYOD") – where companies allow employees to use their own mobile phones, tablets, and/or laptops for work – is a practice that is quietly growing year-by-year.
Ireland
30 Oct 2015
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The Trend Of BYOD: Personal Devices In The Workplace – Part I
Bring-your-own-device ("BYOD") – where companies allow employees to use their own mobile phones, tablets, and/or laptops for work – is a practice that is quietly growing year-by-year.
Ireland
21 Oct 2015
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Irish Data Protection Commissioner Investigates Alternative Methods Of Employee Vetting
The Irish Data Protection Commissioner ("DPC") recently announced a plan to assess employers' compliance with the newly-commenced rules on "enforced subject access requests".
Ireland
22 Jun 2015
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Who ‘Owns’ An Employer’s Contacts? New Judgment Provides Clarification
Contacts and connections are a key asset for many businesses, particularly those in the B2B space.
Ireland
17 Feb 2015
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Communications Monitoring In The Workplace – A Short Guide
Unrestricted use of email, social media and file hosting services can have damaging effects on employers’ reputation and business.
European Union
27 Oct 2014
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Employees Beware – Email Usage In The Workplace
The use of emails by an employer discovered in the course of an employee disciplinary investigation does not amount to an unjustified interference with that employee’s private life.
Ireland
15 Oct 2014
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Data Protection And Employment - Part 3
Few organisations keep all aspects of employee administration in-house.
Ireland
9 Jul 2012
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Data Protection And Employment - Part 2
Employers have a legitimate interest in preventing staff misconduct.
Ireland
9 Jul 2012
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