Court: You Have No Right To Privacy When You Butt Dial Someone

Court: You Have No Right To Privacy When You Butt Dial Someone

Today in issues we never thought a court would weigh in on: if you accidentally pocket dial someone, pulling the move we all know as “butt dialing,” don’t expect anything you say during the call you don’t know you’re making to stay private. [More]

Federal Court Rules Recording Your Own Conversations Ok As Long As It's Not For A Crime

Federal Court Rules Recording Your Own Conversations Ok As Long As It's Not For A Crime

In a heated dispute over how to handle a woman’s estate, the son secretly set his iPhone to record a conversation that happened between him and the other members of his family days before she passed. The stepfather tried to get it tossed out by saying it violated the Wiretap act, but the case was dismissed and also lost on appeal. This has important implications for people who are interested in recording their customer service calls. [More]