Public officials’ personal texts and e-mails subject of open records flap |
Ars Technica

California's top court agreed Friday to decide whether government
employees' personal texts and e-mails are subject to disclosure under
public records law.

At least one other state high court, Alaska's, has already required
disclosure and preservation of those communications if they deal with
government business. Arizona's highest court has ruled that private
communications with a "substantial nexus" to government activity are
subject to disclosure.

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