After rehearing U.S. v. Ziegler, a case involving an employer giving police access to an employee's workplace computer containing evidence of child pornography, (originaly reported here), the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals once again held that an employee had no reasonable expectation of privacy in his workplace computer. Because the company had a widely known monitoring policy, the employee could not reasonably have believed his computer was his personal, private space, and therefore privacy rights did not attach.