2) No: The corporate code includes an express disclaimer that employees have no expectation of privacy
in their personal communications on company communication technologies and/or personal devices used for work.
holds that a person retains no expectation of privacy
in information conveyed to another.
expectation of privacy in e-mail or no expectation of privacy
In general, surveillance cameras are permitted in public areas where there is no expectation of privacy
(particularly if they are conspicuous) or if notices that surveillance is taking place are posted.
Employees have no expectation of privacy
in relation to the furnishings, equipment, and other objects used in of brought into the workplace.
If the government records conversations in an area where no expectation of privacy
exists, it is not conducting a search, and the Fourth Amendment is not implicated.
Standard legal doctrine holds that there is little or no expectation of privacy
They reasoned that by taking no steps to conceal the heat emissions, the home owner exhibited no expectation of privacy
in the "waste heat" and, even if the home owner did have an expectation of privacy, it was not objectively reasonable.
However, the thermal imager still is a valuable tool for use where there is no expectation of privacy
or when police are excused from the warrant requirement.
Similarly, the federal courts have ruled that there is no expectation of privacy
in a conversation or activity when one party to the conversation or activity consents to government monitoring.