The Boeing case involved Boeing Company’s policy restricting the use of camera-enabled devices on its property — its “no camera” rule. Boeing argued that the rule was necessary to protect highly sensitive and classified information in its facilities. The administrative law judge hearing the case found that the rule violated the NLRA because under the Lutheran Heritage test, employees would reasonably construe the rule as prohibiting protected activity. The Board disagreed and adopted a new test.

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