We often focus on consumer policy when discussing privacy laws and obligations, but companies must protect their employee data as well. Navigating complex employee privacy and labor laws in the U.S., for example, can be challenging, and new state laws, like the California Privacy Rights Act, apply more pressure on privacy professionals charged with ensuring employee data is protected and handled appropriately.
Littler Mendelson Privacy and Data Security Practice Group Co-Chair Zoe Argento, CIPP/US, knows the workplace privacy field well and advises clients on a wide range of issues. IAPP Editorial Director Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, recently caught up with Argento to discuss some of the pressing trends in workplace privacy, including CPRA obligations, workplace surveillance and artificial intelligence issues, international data transfers, and data security best practices.
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