Employees are starting to develop a fear that taking leave for personal reasons may be seen by their employers as a sign of disloyalty and may constitute grounds for probation or even termination of employment. Physician Dr Louis J. Nitsos notes that when there is a disconnect in communication between employer and employee regarding reasons […]
After a cheating husband, Kenneth Villanova, sued his wife and her private investigator, Richard Leonard, for an invasion of privacy, the New Jersey court ruled against him. Mr. Villanova argued that his wife was invading his privacy by placing a GPS tracker in his car. The court found that this was not true, since the […]
NBC News Reports on How Smartphone Pictures Pose Privacy Risks Almost all smartphones and GPS cameras, by default, enable the geotagging feature. This new technology gives the public control to see where a posted picture was taken, within fifteen feet.
It has been confirmed that iPhones and iPads are regularly mapping their users’ every move into unencrypted files. This means that anyone with access to these files can know everywhere the user has been within the last year of using their iPhone or 3G iPad.
It’s hard to tell in the age of reality entertainment whether affairs have become more commonplace, or if they’ve simply been spotlighted by entertainment hungry news media. From Tiger Woods down to those couples who get caught on the reality show, Cheaters, every newscast seems to bring another infidelity to light. Were sexual indiscretions rampant […]