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- Your New Hire’s Non-Compete Agreement
For years you’ve admired your top competitor’s ability to design and market new products that have, much to your frustration, consistently outsold yours. Now one of the key members of your competitor’s marketing team is sitting in your office asking YOU for a job. As he describes to you how he thinks he can position your products for triple-digit sales growth, you can’t help but think to yourself, “is this too good to be true?”
- Is it Time to Update Your Company’s Non-Disclosure/Non-Compete Agreement?
An employee non-disclosure/non-competition agreement (NDA/non-compete) is a vital part of any company’s intellectual property protection program. Too often though, companies use the same form agreement for years even though its legal value may have eroded due to changes in the law or changes in the business. The following are some things to consider in determining whether it may be time to update your company’s NDA/non-compete.
- Protecting Your Personal Information with Online Privacy Laws
A lot of people who use the internet have the need to protect their privacy. However, the internet is still so new that online privacy laws are still being written and modified.
- Online Data: The New Oil
The author explains behavior marketing and its possible ramifications on people.
- Electronic Evidence Meets Right to Privacy in Texas Divorce Cases
There is a false sense of security that takes place when we log on to the internet, our smart phones, or some other form of electronic communication. Many of us seem to think that our true selves are separated from these pieces of technology and that our words and actions are anonymous and floating somewhere through the netherworld of cell phone towers and W-Fi hotspots.
- Easy Steps to Protect Your Website from Being Copied
by Jaburg Wilk
Website copying is common because of the popular myth that if something is on the Internet; it is in the "public domain" and therefore can be used by anyone.
- Self-Incrimination in Your Pocket
California Supreme Court allows search of data stored on mobile phone without warrant.
- Are Your Cell Phone Conversations Secure?
Eavesdroppers, thieves and hackers are all out there -- but you can prevent them from accessing your secrets.
- Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Remedies Potentially Available to Hawaii Employers for Deleted Files
Hawaii employers could have a federal civil remedy available in federal court in addition to the ability to invoke Hawaii criminal statutory law for damage caused to either network or company-owned computers by former employees.
- Hospital Employee's Misuse of Personal Health Information: a Wake Up Call for Hawaii Employers
Hawaii employers covered by HIPAA should review their privacy and HIPAA policies and conduct an audit of their practices in order to protect against the improper use and disclosure of private health information and to reduce the risk of privacy breaches in their own organization.