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Woman Who Recorded Call Did Not Break the Law

A federal appellate court in Chicago says a woman who secretly recorded a Merrill Lynch co-worker of her husband's cursing him over the telephone during the Thanksgiving holiday didn't violate Illinois' eavesdropping law. 

The law prohibits someone from recording another person without that person's permission. 

Source: Chicago Tribune. Read full article. (link)

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