City of Ontario v. Quon

Supreme Court Decision in Quon

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The search of the police officer’s text messages was reasonable, and therefore the officer’s Fourth Amendment rights were not violated.

"Even if Quon had a reasonable expectation of privacy in his text messages, petitioners did not necessarily violate the Fourth Amendment by obtaining and reviewing the transcripts."

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Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Electronic Discovery Updates

Reference Info:Decision | Federal, U.S. Supreme Court | United States

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