Employment Practices Group Alert: Supreme Court Rules That Employer Search Of Employee Text Messages Did Not Violate Fourth Amendment

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In City of Ontario v. Quon, the United States Supreme Court held that a government employer’s review of an employee’s text messages sent and received on an employer-issued pager did not violate the employee’s Fourth Amendment constitutional rights.

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