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Personal information on work computers: No expectation of privacy

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in Small Business Tax Deduction Strategies

A New Jersey appeals court has held for the first time that an employee has no reasonable expectation that personal information stored on work computers is private—even if the employee has created a separate password to protect the information. Employers have the right to search work computers.

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