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Daily Dashboard | New York’s employee monitoring law takes effect May 7 Related reading: A view from DC: The gossip test for sensitive data



An amendment to New York’s Civil Rights Act requiring private employers to provide written notice to employees whose emails, internet usage or telephone conversations are monitored or intercepted takes effect May 7, according to Husch Blackwell’s “Byte Back.” Written notice must be maintained in electronic form and posted for viewing in an area readily available to affected employees. Employers who do not comply will be subject to fines of $500 for the first offense, $1,000 for the second offense and $3,000 for each subsequent offense.
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  • comment LIXIA LI • May 8, 2022
    It will facilitate the transparency of employer's monitoring activities.
  • comment Yuliia Polischuk • Aug 23, 2022
    It's great, I think it should be!