Invasion of privacy
January 20, 2004
A private discussion between Ronald Gagraj, Minister of Home Affairs, and another individual through the telephone was made public since someone at GT&T handed a tape recording of that conversion to a politician or some such person.
Now this is no ordinary matter; it has serious implications. Any businessman discussing his million dollar transaction will now live in fear when he uses the phone to transact the business.
It would mean that information about his business and his whereabouts can very well be given to the wrong person.
I anxiously await government's reaction to this invasion of privacy.
WENDELL P. GEORGE