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+ - SCOTUS: Govt Employee Text Messages Not Private-> 1 1

e9th writes: The Supreme Court, in a 9-0 ruling, has decided that government employers are entitled to examine all text messages sent with government provided devices, even if the employee has agreed to pay for any excess message charges out of his own pocket. While the ruling only applies to government employees (at all levels), it may give private sector employees something to think about when using employer-provided devices.
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SCOTUS: Govt Employee Text Messages Not Private

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  • Congratulations! You have a company phone. You want privacy? Then get your own phone. Too many phones to carry about? Use Google Voice or something like that. It's not rocket science...

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