Greenwood, an OSHA inspector, was driving by a construction site and thought that perhaps the site was unsafe. He got out of his car and videotaped the site, causing the foreman to ask him to leave. Greenwood also took measurements at the site and ultimately filed a report on OSHA violations of construction rules. The company running the construction site was assessed $49,000 in fines for OSHA violations. The company petitioned the court for review of the decision, arguing that an inspection by OSHA without a warrant was a violation of the right to privacy under the Fourth Amendment. How do you think the court decided? Explain your reasoning.

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