May 292013
 May 29, 2013  Posted by  Court, Workplace

Daniel Weissner reports:

The New York Court of Appeals on Wednesday will hear claims that New York’s warrantless GPS tracking of a former state worker’s personal car violated the state constitution, a case that could affect the privacy rights of more than 200,000 public workers.

In 2008, Michael Cunningham, a state Labor Department employee, was fired after investigators secretly attached a GPS device to his personal car and used the evidence during disciplinary hearings to show that he had falsified travel records and time sheets.

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Previous coverage of this case on can be found here, here, and here.

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