'Sexting' on the Job? Supreme Court Debates Workers' Online Privacy Rights

The online privacy debate is heating up -- and it may affect your right to send personal messages on the job. The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case on Monday involving Jeff Quon, a police sergeant on the SWAT team of the Ontario, Calif., police department, who used his work pager to send racy text messages -- a practice also known as "sexting." The messages were retrieved and read by his bosses. Justices differed on whether Quon had a "reasonable expectation of privacy" and whether the...Full Story
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