Nov 142013
 November 14, 2013  Posted by  Court, Laws, Workplace

From, we learn:

Montana has a constitutional right to privacy and right to know. The Montana Supreme Court concludes that lower level employees disciplined for viewing pornography on city time on city computers had a reasonable expectation of privacy not to be publicly disclosed, and disclosure of their identities was not in the public interest. The Fourth Amendment reasonable expectation of privacy analogy was not apt because of the state privacy protection. Billings Gazette v. City of Billings, 2013 MT 334, 2013 Mont. LEXIS 455 (November 8, 2013)*:

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