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    CFPB, NLRB to collaborate on monitoring employee surveillance


    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and National Labor Relations Board pledged to share information regarding instances of improper employer use of surveillance tools and the sale of employees’ personal information.

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    German laptop retailer fined $12.7M under GDPR for employee surveillance


    A German data regulator fined an online laptop and electronic goods retailer €10.4 million (U.S. $12.7 million) for video-monitoring employees for at least two years without legal basis.

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    H&M Germany fined $41.3M in one of largest GDPR penalties


    In one of the largest GDPR fines imposed, a regional data protection authority in Germany fined H&M Germany €35.2 million (U.S. $41.3 million) for excessive monitoring of several hundred employees by one of the retailer’s subsidiaries.

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    Hurry-Up Offense on Employee Surveillance


    Image: Surveillance of employee activity is nothing new in the financial services sector, but the financial crisis, the LIBOR scandal, and other misconduct are driving new demands for smarter, better surveillance. Inside, we look at some of the IT challenges to extracting better intelligence from your data. The goal is ...