Sexting and the 4th Amendment

According to an Associate Press-MTV poll, 1 in every 4 teens and 1 in every 3 young adults is “sexting.” There’s no statistics on how commonly this is done in the workplace, but sexting has now sparked a debate over privacy. The Supreme Court accepted a case in December involving Jeff Quon, a California Police Sergeant,  that will determine whether or not employers have the right to review the contents of electronic transmissions on employer issued devices. Of 450 messages sent in one month, only 57 were work related.