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 April 13, 2012  Court, Workplace

Evan Brown discusses an interesting case:

Former employee sued her old company for subjecting her to a sexually hostile workplace and for firing her after she reported it. She claimed that she had never looked at pornography before she saw some on the computers at work. During discovery in the lawsuit, the company requested that employee turn over her home computer so that the company’s “forensic computer examiner” could inspect them.

Read more about In re Jordan and the court’s decision on Internet Cases.

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