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Privacy for stalker?

PITTSBURGH — A federal court in Pennsylvania granted the Department of Energy’s motion to dismiss a former employee’s claim that his private information was improperly shared after he resigned from his job amid allegations that he had stalked and hacked the email of a student intern. The disclosure did not violate his privacy because it was part of a criminal prosecution supported by probable cause.

Read the ruling here.

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