Stored Communications Act
The (SCA) protects employees’ personal electronic communications stored with third-party internet service providers and social media sites from unauthorized access by employers. The SCA prohibits employers from forcing employees to disclose their login information to personal email or social media site accounts and from accessing employees’ accounts without their permission. The SCA also makes it unlawful for an employer to obtain an employee’s personal communications from an internet service provider without the employee’s authorization. Outten & Golden attorneys help employees navigate this complicated statute and protect their private communications from unlawful access by their employers.
Outten & Golden attorneys have a thorough understanding of the Stored Communications Act (SCA) and provide valuable guidance for employees regarding whether and how to sue under this statute.