Strangely sufficient, the federal and state wiretapping rules just protect the interception

Strangely sufficient, the federal and state wiretapping rules just protect the interception

We discuss exactly exactly what “authorization” means in level within the part speaking about e-mail access below, but basically, if for example the spouse has provided you explanation to trust you most likely have authorization to take a peek at its contents every now and then that you are allowed to use the phone for various things. Example: Authorized Access v. Unauthorized Access

As soon as your partner is conscious you use the phone from time to time to make calls, check your joint bank account, pull up cartoons on Netflix for your child to watch, pay your cable bill, etc. you have authorization that you know the passcode to unlock the cell phone. Continue reading “Strangely sufficient, the federal and state wiretapping rules just protect the interception”