Monthly Archives: May 2018

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Eavesdropping (Part Two)

Generally speaking, federal law is supreme and supersedes state and local law unless those laws are more restrictive. Some states require two-party consent for recordings of conversations, while some require that only one party privy to the conversation gives consent. (Out of an abundance of caution and simplicity, a two-party consent law should be interpreted [...]

May 17th, 2018|Blog, Services|0 Comments

Eavesdropping (Part One)

Are your private conversations really private? Are the corporate secrets that you’ve been discussing in a presumably-secure location, such as your conference room, vulnerable to eavesdropping? You probably won’t be be surprised to know that covert listening devices (aka bugs, wires) are easily hidden inside ordinary locations of private businesses and other private premises. That [...]

May 10th, 2018|Blog, Services|0 Comments