May 1, 2020
Scott Mirsky Provides Commentary for Bloomberg Law Article on How Contact Tracing Poses ‘Pandora’s Box’ for Reopening Businesses
Scott Mirsky provided commentary for an article titled: “Contact Tracing Poses ‘Pandora’s Box’ for Reopening Businesses," by Daniel R. Stoller and Paige Smith, published on BloomberLaw.com on May 1, 2020.
“Until now, this has been a big privacy no-no,” said Scott Mirsky, an attorney with Paley Rothman, of tracking employees outside of work hours. Digital contact tracing and other tracking tools “may sound like exactly what’s needed in terms of public health. At the same time, it could be a Pandora’s box regarding employees’ privacy rights.”
The full article, "Contact Tracing Poses ‘Pandora’s Box’ for Reopening Businesses" can be found on Bloomberglaw.com.
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