I came across an interesting article on privacy in the public sector, that happens to coincide with a recent Workplace Privacy Blue Paper published by 4imprint.

The US Supreme Court is reviewing a case and is expected to rule on whether or not public sector employees can expect privacy when using government issued technology, such as cell phones, computers, pagers, etc.  There are questions of potential abuse, by either the employee or agency; Fourth Amendment concerns; and civil liberties that the court is evaluating in their ruling.

We have all made plans, taken a call from our kids’ school, or sent a funny joke, but when does it become a business issue? When does it affect productivity?  It should be interesting to see where the Supreme Court lands on this issue, so stay tuned!

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