- Nov 11, 2009
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Before it is possible to come to a conclusion on this, however, Hall said that the full facts of the case would need to become available first.
Sections 3 - 11 detail the permitted / lawful exceptions and the procedure to be followed.Prohibition of interception of communication
2. Subject to this Act, no person may intentionally intercept or attempt to intercept, or authorise or procure any other person to intercept or attempt to intercept, at any place in the Republic, any communication in the course of its occurrence or transmission
The above relates to the content of the communication. There are different rules where law enforcement authorities (LEAs) want to get traffic information (i.e. information about the fact of the communication rather than the content of the communication) as this is less sensitive.3. Interception of communication under interception direction
4. Interception of communication by party to communication
5. Interception of communication with consent of party to communication
6. Interception of indirect communication in connection with carrying on of business
7. Interception of communication to prevent serious bodily harm
8. Interception of communication for purposes of determining location in case of emergency
9. Interception of communications authorised by certain other Acts
10. Monitoring of signal for purposes of installation or maintenance of equipment facilities or devices
11. Monitoring of signal and radio frequency spectrum for purposes of managing radio frequency spectrum
No, but three lefts do.But don't two wrongs make a right?