ABSTRACT

Privacy Laws and the Employer-Employee Relationship: A 'Legal Foundations Study': Report 9 of 12: Report to the President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection   [open pdf - 142KB]

"This paper examines what the Federal government should do, if anything, to ensure that appropriate legal means exist by which governments and the private sector can collect, retain and disseminate data or information integral to achieving infrastructure assurance objectives while respecting fundamental privacy concerns of individuals and the interests of state legislatures in protecting citizens' privacy. The paper explores the possibility of making available to owners and operators, for use in filling certain sensitive positions within the critical infrastructures, some of the techniques and methods currently used by the Federal government to screen employees for employment in certain sensitive positions."

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1997
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Public Domain
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Government Printing Office: http://www.gpoaccess.gov/
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