Tag Archives: invasion of privacy

Was it “possible” Hillary’s server gave access to “hostile”s?

Yeah, I’m still steaming over that Comey statement, with its suggestive opinions and fact-free ominous language. One pointedly egregiously extra-legal dark comment I’m quoting again from the Times story– “…it was possible that hostile foreign governments had gained access to … Continue reading

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“Landlords used hidden cameras to watch woman: lawsuit”

Years ago, I once did a bit of work on a similar case. A young woman had rented living space in an apartment as a roommate to the man who held the lease. The man had placed a radio in … Continue reading

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“Hospital Agrees to Pay $190 Million Over Recording of Pelvic Exams”

Yuch. Hospital Agrees to Pay $190 Million Over Recording of Pelvic Exams – NYTimes.com. The doctor wore an unusual pen around his neck. It was really a concealed camera, and for years he secretly recorded women at some of their … Continue reading

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