May 9, 2019Read More
Category: Privacy Rights
Cell Phone Privacy Rights: What You Need to Know
In less than a generation, cell phones have gone from being rare luxuries for the wealthy to almost universal. Cell phones now keep people connected to the world around us and to one another. These handheld devices contain huge amounts of sensitive and personal data, and password protection is used [...]
When Can a Police Officer Search My Car?
The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution protects individuals against unlawful searches and seizures. This protection extends not only to residences, but also to automobiles and a search of your person. However, Supreme Court cases have held that individuals have a lesser expectation of privacy in a motor vehicle [...]
January 9, 2017Read More
Is Office Surveillance Equipment Legal?
Surveillance of employees is becoming increasingly more common as employers seek to control workplace behavior, ensure greater efficiency, prevent theft and protect employees. Still, Florida has some limitations on how far employers can go with employee surveillance. Employers Cannot Invade Privacy Surveillance equipment cannot record employees in areas where there [...]
October 9, 2015Read More