Private Eyes, and the California Supreme Court, are Watching You!


The California Supreme Court, probably counting down until they have to decide cases regarding the new Electronic Discovery Act, weighed in with a case that will make people shake their heads and feel uncomfortable.

The Defendants were alerted to someone going online late at night and viewing online pornography on the computers. In order to catch whoever was doing this in violation of the computer usage policy (let alone the concern the individual worked with children), the Defendants set up a hidden video camera in the Plaintiffs’ shared work area.

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