Personal tech gadgets are causing security, legal headaches

05/31/2011 | USA Today

Businesses are struggling to create security policies for personal mobile devices in the workplace. Such gadgets may also cause legal problems, experts say. For example, if a company gets sued and the court seizes an employee-owned smartphone that also contains personal information, it could prompt privacy concerns, they say.

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