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No sexting on the job!: Supreme Court upholds search of text messages at work in City of Ontario v. Quon




Are there privacy limits to sending cell phone text messages while on the job?
Are there privacy limits to sending cell phone text messages while on the job?
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The Supreme Court ruled unanimously today that an Ontario, California police chief did not violate an officer's constitutional rights by reading through text messages on the officer's work pager. The police chief had been searching for department violations of using the work pager for personal reasons. Do you agree with the ruling? And with technology ever-changing, what are the privacy limits on communications?

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David Savage, Supreme Court reporter for the Los Angeles Times