Mar 222010
 March 22, 2010  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance, Workplace

A Slovak Telekom employee who was one of the targets of Deutsche Telekom snooping activities in Eastern Europe plans to sue the Germany’s telecoms giant for breach of privacy, his lawyer said Monday.

Slovak Telekom security chief Frantisek Gaulieder, a former lawmaker, was among the people spied on by Deutsche Telekom AG, the Sme daily newspaper reported (here).


The company informed Gaulieder about the surveillance in December and gave him his file, which includes details of his professional contacts and private life, the newspaper said.

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