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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.
By Rod Leveque ONTARIO - A federal appeals court has ruled the Ontario Police Department violated the privacy rights of several of its employees by reviewing text messages they sent on city-issued pagers.
A federal appeals court barred the Bush administration Friday from looking into the personal lives of NASA scientists and engineers who have no access to classified information, saying the probes are intrusive and unrelated to national security.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court ruled on Friday that a Los Angeles city policy of arresting homeless people found sitting, lying or sleeping in public access areas is unconstitutional.