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OVERVIEW OF EMPLOYEE PRIVACY ISSUES IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR

There is currently no national law establishing an employee right to privacy. Public employees have a right to privacy based on the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution; however, private employees’ rights to privacy generally relies on state law. This article provides a general overview.

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