Government employees in California cannot hide from the public work-related emails and texts on personal devices and private accounts, the California Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday, March 2, 2017, closing a loophole justices said could allow the “most sensitive, and potentially damning” communications to be shielded.
Government employees in California cannot hide from the public work-related emails and texts on personal devices and private accounts, the California Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday, March 2, 2017, closing a loophole justices said could allow the “most sensitive, and potentially damning” communications to be shielded. Jae C. Hong AP
Government employees in California cannot hide from the public work-related emails and texts on personal devices and private accounts, the California Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday, March 2, 2017, closing a loophole justices said could allow the “most sensitive, and potentially damning” communications to be shielded. Jae C. Hong AP
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Government officials can’t use private devices to hide texts and emails, court rules

March 02, 2017 5:35 PM

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