Boston Partner Discusses Liability Risk for Employers Under the Proposed Location Shield Act
In an interview with Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Monica Snyder Perl discusses the liability exposure that could arise if the Massachusetts Legislature enacts the Location Shield Act, a measure that bans the sale of cellular location data. Monica calls the legislation a “wake-up” call for businesses and believes that it is likely to pass. She also notes that one provision states that the attorney general can bring a 93A claim against a covered entity. “93A comes with double or treble damages for willful violations. That threat alone should be sufficient for employers to pay attention,” says Monica.
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