Supreme Court reviews privacy of texts sent from department phones
A California officer sued when records from his department-issued pager were submitted to internal affairs
WASHINGTON, D.C. — We've all probably done it -- whether it was texting about dinner plans on a company cell phone or updating friends about a vacation via company e-mail.
But can a company look at your personal exchanges on its electronic devices?
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