1. Jerry

    At the end of the fourth paragraph, I think you meant that the employ_ee_ had a reasonable expectation of privacy.

  2. Richie


    Just out of curiosity (I’m not a lawyer, so I didn’t completely follow the conclusion), did the court decided emails were protected only by attorney-client privilege?

    For example, an employee hunting for a new job, could their communication through personal email on an employers computer be used against them in something like a non-compete case?

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