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 October 11, 2015  Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance, Workplace

Haneen Dijani reports from Abu Dhabi:

Three government workers who were cleared of breaching female employees’ privacy will appear in court again after the Court of Cassation referred the case back to appeals.

‎The Emirati head of a federal authority, A K, and an Al Ain branch manager, M A, and a Lebanese IT expert, P, were convicted by the Misdemeanor Court of violating privacy laws by placing CCTV cameras in a female customer service centre and all three were issued suspended jail sentences.

The Appeals Court then found them not guilty however.

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