Gabriella Nagy Sues Cell Phone Company: Privacy Laws Examined

By Alan Ng - May 23, 2010

Following on from our previous article, which informed you about Gabriella Nagy and her decision to sue the cell phone company Rogers Wireless, we have more details for you now, on the privacy laws regarding cell phone companies.

Firstly, if you haven’t seen the original article, you can do so here. We have retrieved a few related articles for you to read now, both of which will give you a better idea on privacy laws for cell phone companies.

The first uses vital cellphone data as a witness in a courtroom murder case, while the second explains how the FBI are pushing for tracking technology to be included in all cell phones.

There is a very thin line here when debating what personal data cell phone companies should have access to or not. In the Gabriella Nagy case, there is an argument that Rogers Wireless should have sent the mailing bills to her instead of her husband, but then again – I don’t think Rogers should be held accountable in this situation.

Let us know your opinions on this. Make sure you take a read of the supporting links for further information. Tell us, How private do you think your cell phone calls are?

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Also See: Cell Phone Affair: Gabriella Nagy and Rogers Debate