What is a reasonable expectation of privacy in the work place? The question is up for debate after a group of scientists and doctors have filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against the The Food and Drug Administration for the secret monitoring of their personal e-mail.
According to The Post’s Ellen Nakashima and Lisa Rein, The FDA used surveillance to check the e-mails after warning Congress about their concern that media devices were being approved despite posing risks to patients. This information was allegedly used to harass or dismiss six FDA employees.
Read the complete report and vote: Was it wrong of FDA to secretly monitored the personal e-mail of its own scientists and doctors?