Court will rule on privacy of text messages sent on employer-owned devices
from Los Angeles Times
Last year, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals broke new ground by ruling that the police officers had a "reasonable expectation of privacy" in their text messages. The officers had been led to believe by a supervisor that the devices were also for personal use, the appeals court said. The Supreme Court said it would rule for the first time on whether employees have a right to privacy when they send text messages on electronic devices supplied by their employers.
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