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Recording of a conversation by a participant
It is generally accepted by the courts that a person may record his conversations with another person without that person’s knowledge, provided that the recording does not constitute an invasion of the other person’s private life. This rule applies in labour relations and other fields. Consequently, not only may an employer generally record his conversations with an employee, but an employee may also record his conversations with his employer and fellow employees. However, the conversation must be about business or pertain to employment matters. Indeed, in most cases, private conversations cannot be put into evidence, because there would then be an infringement of the right to privacy. Moreover, although it is generally permitted to record one’s own conversations, an employee who does so could be subject to disciplinary action if the relationship of trust essential in the employeremployee relationship is affected.
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