|Al Franken press kit|
|Franken visits Tartan High School's science and engineering department in February, encourages kids to develop tech for good, not stalking.|
Myrna Arias of California, a saleswoman formerly working for wire-transfer company Intermex, is suing her old bosses for monitoring her cell phone 24/7 and then firing her when she opted out of the app that allowed them to do it.
Her lawsuit alleges that shortly after she was hired by Intermex in February 2014, her manager John Stubits asked employees to download Xora, a GPS app, to their smart phones. He said they were to never turn those phones off in case they needed to field calls from clients, according to the complaint.
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