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- Hotel Security Cameras Found in Room, Is that Legal?
Placing security cameras in various places in a hotel may be a touchy subject when it comes to privacy and where these may be. As the technological age advances, there are many devices that become smaller and ever present in the lives of citizens in countries with machines that are affordable.
- Private Investigators Uncover Invisible Resumes Online and Related Documents
A private investigator is often tasked with the responsibility of finding information that is hidden from view of the public. One such source of information that a private investigator may look into is an online resume.
- Private Investigation and E-Discovery: Voice and Audio Files
E-discovery may be necessary in certain legal cases. This means that records may be made through electronic devices for use by the consumer and communications created in this manner may be admitted as evidence for either the plaintiff or defending party.
- Can My Employer Fire Me if I Fail a Company-ordered Polygraph?
In many cases, employers are not permitted to use polygraphs to test employees or job applicants. However, depending on the state and the type of employment, such tests may be permissible.
- How Can I Protect My Trade Secrets When I Enter into a Business Contract with Another Company?
When the creator of a trade secret must do business with another business, it is important that the secrets that are often disclosed to other business are protected as much as possible.
- What Is an Invasion of Privacy Claim?
There are many versions of sharing someoneís private details by accident that are not considered an invasion of privacy. However, when the divulging of these specifics is accomplished in certain ways, a claim may be possible for the damage this act causes.
- Private Investigators on Teen Cyber Bullying
Private investigators are often able to held identify the culprit of crimes or wrongful acts even when this individual is someone who is anonymous and hiding behind a computer screen. Discovering this information can help a concerned parent narrow in on what he or she may be able to do to protect the teen.
- Unwanted Facebook Pictures: Has My Privacy Been Invaded?
The digital world of the electronic age is rife with invasions of privacy, identity theft and various instances of crime. There are many situations where someone finds his or her picture online posted to Facebook.
- Criminal Background Checks from a Private Investigator
Today, there are many ways that a person can infiltrate the life of another and cause him or her harm. Romantic partners may lie about their background, neighbors may have a sordid history of sexual abuse of a minor, employees may steal and domestic workers may have a track record of fraudulent activity. To combat these realities, people may turn to a private investigator to inspect the background of someone in their lives.
- Video Recording on Private Property in California
Over the years, clients have inquired about the legality of installing video cameras on their privately owned commercial real estate or business premises. The short answer is that such recordings are legal in California. However, a more complete answer requires that legal counsel for the client determine whether such recordings violate (or may foreseeably violate) a personís constitutional right or reasonable expectation of privacy in the recorded area.