This presentation reviews the important legal opinions and law review articles of the past year that affect privacy as it relates to the internet and computer network operations. We will review the cases and legal commentaries on those issues that most affect your conduct and business operations. This presentation is strongly audience driven and it quickly becomes an open forum for questions and debate. This year the past key precedents have involved: work place monitoring and searches; compliance with State data breach laws and jurisdiction; employer's right to monitor their computer network systems and employees' rights; acceptable use policies; banners; user agreements; personally identifiable information and IP addresses; what is personally identifiable information; privacy and social networks; privacy rights in information turned over to a third party; theft of proprietary information and the CFAA; and, web site policies and notice.
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Serving 8166 documents and 531.0 GB of hacking knowledge, indexed from 2419 authors from 163 security conferences.