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Wiretap Law threatens Privacy Rights

 

Public safety trumped personal privacy Wednesday of last week as the state House of Representatives voted in favor of the first overhaul of Pennsylvania's wiretapping law in 14 years.

The bill, which entered Senate with a 145 to  52 vote, removes limitations on civilians secretly recording others and increases the ability of government's agents to tap cell-phones.

If you have questions about civil and criminal privacy rights, contact an attorney at Rudinski, Orso and Lynch

June 19, 2012 Categories: Civil, Criminal, Trial and Litigation