Glassdoor Inc. Can't Shake Grand Jury Subpoena Unmasking Anonymous Users
Glassdoor Inc., the online job-review site, must comply with a federal grand jury subpoena that seeks identifying information about anonymous users of the website, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday in rejecting the company's privacy claims.
Victoria Lipnic, the acting chairwoman of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, on Thursday suggested the agency under a Republican majority may not continue to push for pay data collection efforts that target the wage gap, a day after a lawsuit slammed a decision by the Trump administration to scuttle a reporting requirement. Two nominees—Janet Dhillon and Daniel Gade—are awaiting U.S. Senate confirmation.
The threat of cyberattack looms large for law firms. In 2016, the year of the breach," a seemingly endless barrage of law firm security incidents were front and center in industry news and the pace hasn t slowed.
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