Jul 222015
 July 22, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Court

Kevin Koeninger reports:

A person who “pocket-dials” a third party during a conversation does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy, the Sixth Circuit ruled.

A panel determined that widespread knowledge of accidental calling and the availability of preventative measures mean that an individual on the receiving end of such a call does not violate privacy laws by recording the conversation.

Read more about Huff v. Spaw on Courthouse News.

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