Wisconsin Grants Privacy to Teacher E-Mails
Messages Sent on the Job Exempted From State's Public-Records Law
A ruling by Wisconsin’s highest court on teachers’ personal e-mails on school computers marks the latest in a series of decisions about the privacy of government employees’ e-mail use.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled last month that such e-mails are not public records under state law and need not be disclosed to those who request records.
The decision echoes the conclusion of similar cases in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Michigan,...
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