What will you do when you are arrested for the breaching of digital privacy? Perhaps, you need a competent and a very skilled lawyer to protect you from Digital Privacy Laws. The Law Offices of John R. Grasso, you will find a team of highly experienced digital privacy lawyers in Rhode Island. John R. Grasso himself is a former police officer and a renowned crime defense lawyer in Rhode Island has well versed with the Digital Privacy Laws of Rhode Island.
If you are convicted for the breach of digital privacy knowingly or unknowingly, then you need a very competent digital privacy lawyer to defend your charges successfully. Once, your charges will get confirmed, and then you may face severe consequences that will also include a long term jail sentence, a heavy financial penalty and abolishment from the jobs etc. Without wasting time, you should immediately contact Law Office of John R. Grasso in order to defend your charges.
Digital Privacy Laws
What does legal advice look like in the 21st Century? With every new industry comes new laws that are being extensively updated.
Social media for instance, is moving at lightning speed, but what does this mean in terms of employer access, after death access, or medical privacy?
What are the legal ramifications if those in authority cross the boundary between searching for evidence and gaining access to some of the most private conversations we’ve had?
Click on the links below to find out more about digital privacy laws:
- Digital Evidence Laws And Legislation – how is digital evidence collected, and can it be used?
- New Laws Regarding Digital Afterlife – can a parent or friend override your password, and access personal conversations and photos after you die?
- Employer Access To Social Media Usernames And Passwords – state’s rules are different, but most are in favor of employee privacy.
- Medical Records Privacy – who has access to someone’s medical records, and what is the HIPPA Law?
- E-Reader Privacy – did you know that most e-readers store information about purchases, data read, and more? Find out if evidence collected can be used against you in the courtroom.
- Notice Of Monitoring Of Employee E-Mail Communications And Internet Access – does your employer have the right to access or record email or browsing history?
- Privacy of Data from Event Data Recorders – State statutes vary, but many vehicles are equipped with black boxes. Learn which rules apply in Rhode Island.
- Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) – what does the ECPA cover? Most interceptions by law enforcement agencies are restricted. Learn more with John R. Grasso.
- Internet Privacy After Death – how will your online estate be handled after you die? Plan for privacy in the afterlife by writing a will.
- Law On Cell Phone Searches – the Supreme Court has ruled that law enforcement needs a warrant in order to search your cellphone.
- Laws On Access To The Cloud By Police – do LEAs have the right to access data without owners’ consent?