Jul 162009
 
 July 16, 2009  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S., Workplace

For four or five months, a microphone recorded conversations without the knowledge of civilian employees working inside the Police Department’s records office.

Digital recordings of their conversations were fed to a supervisor’s computer, allowing the supervisor to listen to everything said inside the records office from a different floor in police headquarters and in real-time. When employees realized their conversations were being recorded, they complained to police brass, prompting an internal investigation, then a review by the county attorney’s office, which ruled no law was broken.

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