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Privacy Rights in Text Messages

Employers wishing to access employees’ electronic communications need to verify that the access does not violate applicable statutes, and that the employee (and recipients of employee communications) do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy.

August 15, 2008
Related Topics: Technology and the Law, Policies and Procedures, Technology
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Employers wishing to access employees’ electronic communications need to verify that the access does not violate applicable statutes, and that the employee (and recipients of employee communications) do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy.
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