By Kelli Sager, Jeffrey Fisher, Rochelle Wilcox, and John (Rory) Eastburg The United States Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that a California city’s audit of a police officer’s text messages was reasonable, and rejected a lawsuit claiming that the review violated the Fourth Amendment.  At the same time, the Court declined to issue “[a] broad holding concerning employees’ privacy expectations vis-à-vis employer-provided technological equipment,” on the ground that such a ruling “might have implications for future cases that cannot be predicted.”  Read more at, or click here.