Tuesday, August 20, 2013
There are some basic misnomers when discussing communications between two parties in the United States. Your privacy is only protected when there is a "reasonable expectation of privacy". So then the question becomes, what is reasonable? A public place? Your home? Work?
The reasonable expectation of privacy is the standard litmus test used in court and privacy cases in the United States, so keep this in mind when sending sensitive or critical information of a personal or employment related nature.