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Joshua A. Mooney, Richard M. Borden and Linda D. Perkins of White and Williams (Photo; Courtesy Photo) Joshua A. Mooney, Richard M. Borden and Linda D. Perkins of White and Williams (Photo; Courtesy Photo)

The world has changed. Yet, while the COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in a Great Pause for onsite operations, it has not suspended the need for data privacy and security. In fact, it has heightened the necessity of basic and reasonable cybersecurity safeguards both because of the necessary transition to a remote work environment and because of the anticipated collection and tracking of sensitive COVID-19-related data once employees and consumers return onsite. These changes implicate a variety of laws, including employment and consumer laws.

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