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Washington (CNN) -- Public employees who send personal messages on their state-issued communication devices do not enjoy a "reasonable expectation" of privacy, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
The justices unanimously concluded that state officials had the right to review the review the records of a California police officer who exchanged hundreds of personal messages -- some of a "sexually explicit" nature -- on his department text pager.