Ohio federal court permitted a case alleging

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“Ohio Federal Court Permitted a Case Alleging Employer’s Accessing of Former Employee’s Personal Emails To Proceed” (Hall 1). This case named the Lazette v. Kulmatycki was about a complainant who argued that after quitting her job, she gave back a phone that the firm had given her but did not clear all the information from it. The person who received the phone was her former supervisor. He went through her personal g-mail account messages for
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Surname 2 more than 18months. Additionally, the supervisor was also accused of sharing some of the information with other parties. The information that the supervisor was able to access was related to the complainant’s financial issues and family. The complainant’s former employer, who was also taken to court, claimed that the actions of the supervisor were within the employment’s scope and that the supervisor furthered the company’s interest when engaged in the same. The company presented some arguments to prove that the Stored Communications Act was not applicable in this case. One of the points they gave out was that it was not unlawful to access another person’s emails and that the Act only applied to hacking. Other Acts that were in
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