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Should You Be Peeking At Someone’s Personal Emails?

When a plaintiff quit her job at a Verizon store she returned a company-issued cell phone that she used for both personal and business.  She thought that she had deleted her personal g-mail account beforehand, but learned that her former … Continue reading

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Q: When Does One Have a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy?

A:  Not while speaking with a celebrity backstage, after a stand-up comedy routine, while the cameras are rolling. A fan sued Joan Rivers, and others, for invasion of privacy and misappropriation of image because the fan’s 16-second conversation with the … Continue reading

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