HARRISBURG (AP) – The PA Supreme Court says a lower court should have privately reviewed a State Police policy that guides troopers’ monitoring of social media before deciding it was OK to block public disclosure of the policy. Tuesday’s ruling came after Commonwealth Court rejected a request from the American Civil Liberties Union that State Police disclose details of its policy for monitoring social media to investigate crimes and do employee background checks. The justices said the lower court should have privately examined the redacted portions of the social media monitoring policy before blocking public access. The case now goes back to Commonwealth Court.