A business has recently adopted a policy allowing employees to use personal cell phones and tablets to access
company email accounts while out of the office. Joe, an employee, was using a personal cell phone for email
access and was recently terminated. It is suspected that Joe saved confidential client emails on his personal
cell phone. Joe claims that the data on the phone is completely personal and refuse to allow the company
access to inspect the cell phone. Which of the following is the MOST likely cause of this dispute?
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