Mar 092013
 
 March 9, 2013  Breaches, Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Breaches have consequences – sometimes. Here’s a case in Ireland where a privacy violator may lose her home.  Tim Healy reports:

A former landlady who kept a number of student tenants under electronic surveillance fears losing her home due to efforts to enforce judgments of some €115,000 against her and her daughter.

In 2007, Rita McKenna and her daughter Edel were ordered by Circuit Court Judge Gerard Griffin to pay damages of more than €115,000 to 10 students who were tenants in their house after finding they had kept them under secret electronic surveillance.

Read more about the case on The Independent.

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