Cynthia Anderson worked for the city of Colum- bus, Georgia, answering telephone calls from citizens. Anderson knew that calls from citizens were recorded, but she was unaware that due to a glitch, the telephone system continued to record her statements through her headset after a call was terminated. Anderson made disparaging remarks about the city manager's office, and her employment was terminated. Anderson sued the city, alleging that it had no right to record her private conversations with co- workers, which were unrelated to city business. Who should prevail? Why?