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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Privacy of Phone Records at Issue


“Because the employer of the officers is a governmental body, the officers have a constitutional right to protection from “unreasonable searches,” said Washington University Law professor Peter Joy.

Private employees don’t enjoy those same protections because the constitutional amendments are aimed at protecting citizens from governmental misconduct, he said.” (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

FEE Timely Classic

Police Have More, Better Rights Than You” by Wendy McElroy