From Supreme Court upholds search of a police officer's messages

Justices avoid tackling the broader question of how much privacy government employees can expect when texting on work devices.

The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled a search of a police officer's personal text messages on a government-issued pager was constitutional. But it avoided tackling a thornier and broader question: What level of privacy can public employees expect on work-provided communications devices?

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