In the face of increased public awareness and justifiable concern about the collection and misuse of personal data, state legislatures have rushed to propose an array of privacy laws aimed at protecting your information. These states understand that technology can bring greater risk if our personal data are compromised.

However, recent action by the National Labor Relations Board shows a shocking disregard for the importance of protecting your personal information. At best, the NLRB is proving itself ignorant of modern privacy threats, and at worst it is ­complicit in seeking to diminish worker privacy rights.

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