- A US court has held that a butt dialer had no right to privacy after a colleague listened to his confidential discussion and shared it with others.
- It’s reported that Ohio man James Huff, a board member of a Cincinnati airport, accidentally ‘butt dialed’ the assistant to the CEO he was proposing to replace – and was indeed talking about at the time.
- Huff sued the assistant when he learned she had listened to the discussion, taken notes and shared them with other board members of the airport.
- According to the court, Huff’s actions did not exhibit an expectation of privacy and were no different to someone who exposed in-home activities by leaving the drapes.
July 24, 2015 at 1:43 pm
I love it! Great story