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You have the right to keep your password secret. But if this causes damages, you can be held responsible for the damages. Simple example: Your company provided iPhone, worth £1,000, is protected with your passcode. Without that passcode it is literally unusable. You refuse to provide the passcode. If you refuse to provide the passcode, AND refuse to reset ...


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You don’t need to comply with these laws Just stop operating in their country. If you choose to operate in a country, by operating a mine, a retail store, a factory or, say, a web site, then that country has a right, recognised by all other countries, to require you to abide by their laws while doing so. Once you start interacting with users through your ...


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Is it legal for an employer to collect this data, either explicitly by asking questions individually, or implicitly by sifting through employee files? The reason why I'm asking this is because asking these questions are illegal to ask in interview questions, so I'd be surprised if it would be legal to ask them during employment. Yes. It’s also legal to ask ...


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