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The Court did not, however, grant students an unlimited right to self-expression.
It said First Amendment guarantees must be balanced against a school's need to keep order: As long as an act of expression doesn't disrupt classwork or school activities or invade the rights of others, it's acceptable.
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Employers often have a need to inquire into their employees’ personal lives for such purposes as determining fitness for a particular position, ensuring productivity and preventing illegal activity in the workplace.
Such inquiries often raise legal issues for public sector employees in Washington in light of state and federal constitutional provisions that grant citizens a right to privacy. The following article discusses these issues and provides a broad outline for employers to refer to when dealing with employee privacy.
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