Supreme Court to look at mobile privacy. Uh-oh.

Does the prospect of your company’s worst enemies getting access to full tracking information on your employees’ mobile phones freak you out? If so, you’ll want to track something yourself: a case the U.S. Supreme Court just agreed to consider. 

Although the case involves criminal law and the question of whether police need a court-issued search warrant for intimate mobile records, one former federal prosecutor points out that the Court’s ruling could open the door to civil discovery and subpoena access. In other words, the ruling could make such mobile data available to anyone who chooses to sue your company, for any reason, whether the claim is legitimate or not. 

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from Computerworld



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