Supreme Court Calls Employer Search of Sexy Texts 'Reasonable'

A unanimous Supreme Court todayruled that a southern California police department did not violate the constitution when it audited personal and sexually explicit text messages sent by one of its officers using an official pager. Jeff Quon, the officer who filed the lawsuit against the Ontario Police Department, argued that department bosses violated his Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable searches and seizures by obtaining and reviewing a transcript of his communications, even...Full Story
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