ICLKennyG writes: Many are aware that what you do at work on your work computer is subject to being discovered and owned by your employer. The Supreme Court of New Jersey has reversed course and found a reasonable expectation of privacy in using personal, password-protected web-based email to communicate with a lawyer. It is unclear if this is a state specific anomaly or the beginning of a shift where computers are considered so ubiquitous that privacy is expected in personal communications.
"The Avis WIZARD decides if you get to drive a car. Your head won't touch the
pillow of a Sheraton unless their computer says it's okay."
-- Arthur Miller