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The Supreme Court Thursday issued its long-awaited ruling in City of Ontario v. Quon, the first case to test an employee’s right to privacy in messages sent on employer-provided devices. Text messages sent on work equipment are fair game for employers to read as long as the employer has a reasonable need to do so, the court ruled, reversing a 2008 9th Circuit opinion.

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