An employee gave birth and returned from maternity leave. As part of her routine childcare, she used a breast-pump to store breast milk, doing so in her private office. One day she discovered a device planted in her office that looked like a pen with a camera lens that had a data-port capable of sharing data that was used to spy on her using the breast-pump. It was reported to the employer, but no action was taken. It was later uncovered that this wasn’t the first time this employee used a device spy employees at this company. The defendant was criminally charged. A successful confidential settlement resulted.
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