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Interesting Article On Implications Of Monitoring Electronic Communications

Published by on January 28, 2009

For those interested in this topic, the VBA News Journal has a very interesting and informative article this month about electronic evidence.  The article is entitled “The Electronic Peephole:  E-Evidence in Family Law Cases.”  It can be found at page 18 of the Journal here.  More after the break. The article discusses the many legal […]

For those interested in this topic, the VBA News Journal has a very interesting and informative article this month about electronic evidence.  The article is entitled “The Electronic Peephole:  E-Evidence in Family Law Cases.”  It can be found at page 18 of the Journal here.  More after the break.

The article discusses the many legal implications of monitoring electronic communications using spyware, GPS devices, video surveillance and accessing emails without authorization, which are not only family law issues but come up frequently in the workplace.

The article was written by Sharon Nelson and John Simek of Sensei Enterprises, Inc. (website), who also author the “Ride the Lightning Electronic Evidence Blog” (here).

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