United States First Circuit

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Boudreau v. Lussier, 16-1049

Held that a man who was convicted of possession of child pornography based on images found on his work computer could not proceed with his lawsuit claiming that his privacy rights were violated. The man, who was sentenced to five years' imprisonment, objected to the fact that his employer had covertly installed screenshot-capturing software on his work computer. He alleged that his employer violated the federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act, and also that police officials infringed his Fourth Amendment rights in various ways. However, the First Circuit rejected his arguments and affirmed summary judgment for the defendants.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2018/08/21


  • Torruella


  • United States First Circuit


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