Latest Expectation of privacy Stories
In recently released court documents, Google argues that their customers can’t expect them to not read and scan their emails. Comparing Google’s role in serving up email to that of an office assistant, the search giant argues that customers “cannot be surprised their emails are processed by the recipient’s [email provider] in the course of delivery.”
The Supreme Court sent workers a message Thursday that if they have something to text that they do not want their bosses to see, do not use employer-provided cellphones to do it.
The US Supreme Court said on Monday it would decide whether employees have a reasonable expectation of privacy with text messages sent from their employersâ€™ accounts.
Employees have a reasonable expectation of privacy for text messages under the U.S. and California constitutions, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A Montana man who used his work computer to access child pornography does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy that would bar a search of the machine, a U.S. federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday.
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