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 August 3, 2009  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, Workplace

The California Supreme Court Monday rejected a lawsuit filed against a Southern California residential children’s center by two clerical workers who learned there was a surveillance camera hidden in their office.

The camera and a related motion detector were set up by officials at the Hillsides Children’s Center in Los Angeles County in 2002 in a bid to find out who was looking at pornography late at night on a computer in the office.

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