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In this first podcast in a new series, David Hossack and Alan Delaney discuss a very recent decision of the European Court of Human Rights which looked at whether employees' right to privacy was violated when their employer used covert video surveillance to address a serious issue of theft in the workplace. Where is the balance to be struck between an employer's right to protect its property and an employee's reasonable expectation of privacy at work?
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