Privacy may trump federal data demands

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A judge’s early ruling in Google’s complex legal battle with the U.S. Department of Labor highlights a new argument that other companies may use in fighting regulators’ demands for HR data: The government can’t be trusted to keep it safe from hackers.

The ruling came after the DOL’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs had been auditing the company’s compensation practices for much of 2017, according to a blog post by Google vice president for people operations Eileen Naughton. Federal officials first requested documents in September 2015.

The Labor Department has not publicly accused Google of any specific violation,

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