Is My Office Bugged?

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Electronic eavesdropping and hidden camera usage is on the rise in corporations and public places of gathering. But when it comes to work, these types of monitoring can feel very invasive and worrisome.  If you have ever wondered “Is my office bugged?,” you’re not alone. Perhaps your boss is checking on office productivity, potential fraud … Continued

When Wire Taps Go Horribly Wrong

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Most people have a romanticized idea about wire taps and their purpose. They’re used in police raids, or film noir, or by whistle blowers who are saving the world from their greedy, corrupt, power-hungry bosses.  But the truth about wire taps is far less romantic — and far more invasive — than you might think.  … Continued

Learn the Truth about Wire Tapping

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In April of 2012, Canada’s Supreme Court declared that police could no longer engage in wire tapping without a warrant – even in cases of an emergency. They’ve given Parliament 12 months to revise the law to prevent future cases from being thrown out of court because of inadmissible evidence. In short, they claim that … Continued