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Personal phone calls in the workplace can’t be intercepted

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A police officer had her personal phone calls at work intercepted by her bosses. The European Court of Human Rights found this was a breach of her right to privacy. Shortly afterwards, the UK government criminalised intercepting phonecalls on a private network (this led to the 'phone hacking' scandal).

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Personal phone calls in the workplace can’t be intercepted
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