They can look at what's on there but unless your boss แคนคูน แมนชั่นปาร์ค เมือง ขอนแก่น is the government, because then, your boss the government is restrained by the fourth amendment. So you work in the White House, you have more protection for your phone then if you work in private industry, unless you agree to give up. SMITH: But he is saying that the staffers agreed to let them look at their phones. NAPOLITANO: Correct. Now there may have been a little coercion. They're like, if you don't agree you're going to be -- you're going to be -- you're going to be fired. But they did get an agreement to look at the phones. That's on the phone numbers. On the app, on the means by which you can communicate and destroy the records, that would be a violation of the presidential records act.
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