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Does an Employer Have a Duty to Protect the Personal Information of Its Employees?

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Consider the following scenario.

An employer discovers that an employee who worked in its information technology department had been stealing older laptop computers. Some of those computers had been used in the employer’s human resources department and contained former employees’ personal information (including Social Security numbers and drivers’ license numbers), which the company collected on each employee at the time of hire.

The employer attempts to recover the stolen computers and informs its employees of the data breach. Some time later, however, an employee learns that several of his accounts with online retailers were compromised and used to make unauthorized purchases.

He sues

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