Stored Communications Act
The Stored Communications Act (SCA) gives employees the right to refuse to provide their personal login information to employers who want to access their email, social media sites, and other electronic information stored on the Internet. Employers who gain unauthorized access to an employee’s personal electronic information or social media sites, or who access the employee’s personal information stored on their internet service provider (ISP) without prior authorization from the employee are in direct violation of the Stored Communications Act.
Sidney L. Gold & Associates value the integrity of the Internet and are committed to protecting their client’s rights to privacy under the Stored Communications Act. We work closely with employees to hold their employers liable when they violate these laws. Navigating through the complex web of SCA laws and keeping up with the ever emerging laws governing the Internet takes the skill and resources of our competent and experienced employment lawyers. We make sure our clients fully understand their privacy and technology rights and what the best legal strategy is for their case.