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Personal texts on work phones can get you into trouble

Do you send personal text messages on a phone your work pays for? Do you have expectations of privacy, even though it's a work-issued device? Check out this NPR story about how putting personal texts on a work phone blew up into a battle over privacy. The Supreme Court will weigh in next week:

Text-Message Case Could Redefine Workplace Privacy


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