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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Bart Lazar
In its first decision addressing the evolving intersection of communication technologies and workplace etiquette, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday that text messages sent by a police officer on department equipment cannot be kept secret from his superiors.
Mr. Lazar said the decision leaves unresolved the issue of whether an employee could ultimately have privacy rights using company equipment because of a supervisor's modification of written policy, such as what happened in the Quon case.
"That's the loophole that wasn't closed by the decision," Mr. Lazar said.