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State Can Secretly Track Employees Using GPS

The New York Court of Appeals on June 27 held that while the state’s round-the-clock surveillance of an employee, via a GPS device attached to his car, was unreasonable, using GPS to track employees during business hours is perfectly legit. Ironically, the employee, Michael Cunningham, was a director at the state Department of Labor.   Fun on the Side Cunningham had been working at the DOL for 28 years, according to the opinion, when his employer became suspicious that he …

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