A case that will be argued before the Wisconsin Supreme Court in November could set a precedent that affects the way educators and other public employees use their eMail.

The court has agreed to hear a case that will determine whether the public's right to know what its government is doing extends to reading personal eMails of teachers sent while at work--and legal experts say the employees in question, and all public school employees in general, might not have a reasonable expectation of privacy.

"The whole idea of a concept of expectation of privacy as a public employee is really sort of...

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