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Chicago Partner Jena Valdetero was quoted May 20 by concerning how far employers can go in tracking their employees while they work from home. Existing labor laws did not anticipate widespread working from home, even as technology has made monitoring employees much easier. “What you’re seeing now is what our society at large is grappling with,” said Valdetero, co-leader of BCLP’s Data Privacy & Security Team. “The way tech is being utilized in the workplace and beyond has moved far beyond what the law envisions.”

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