NJ Bridge Debacle Disrupts Protocols For Employee Email

Law360, New York (January 14, 2014, 9:28 PM EST) -- New Jersey's scandal over politically motivated lane closings to the George Washington Bridge has called into question the wisdom of allowing employees to use personal devices to conduct work activities, a quandary that attorneys say should prompt both public and private sector employers to revisit their device use policies.

The American Civil Liberties Union highlighted the issue Monday, when it sent a letter calling on Gov. Chris Christie and acting Attorney General John Jay Hoffman to institute a formal policy that would require all public employees...
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