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Daily Dashboard | Appeals Court To Hear Employee Data-Theft Case Related reading: Council of State to examine Belgian DPA reform bill

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A Massachusetts Appeals Court will hear a case that illustrates the question of employer liability when an employee takes company data for personal reasons, Privacy and Security Matters reports. In Adams v. Congress Auto Insurance Agency, Inc., a customer argued the insurance company did not adequately protect his data after one of its employees passed his phone number to her boyfriend to dissuade the customer from pursuing police action against him. Superior Court found the employee’s “alleged theft of personal information from a secure database” and her boyfriend’s “subsequent misuse of that data were both criminal acts that severed the chain of causation between Congress’ alleged negligence and the harm” to the customer.
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