Dec 022010
 December 2, 2010  Posted by  Surveillance, Workplace

Joseph Lazzarotti writes:

In the name of vehicle safety, California Assembly Bill 1942 will permit among other things “driver cams” to be mounted on vehicle windshields beginning on January 1, 2011. Formally known as “video event recorders,” these devices can continuously record audio, video, and G-force levels in a digital loop in order to help identify bad driver habits or other factors that lead to vehicle accidents. Well intended, the new law certainly will create a range of privacy issues for employers, particularly those in the transportation and delivery business.

Read more on Workplace Privacy Data Management & Security Report.

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