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  • Sambucus Nigra
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    • 12th Dec 12, 2:14 PM
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    • 12th Dec 12, 2:14 PM
    Which law do you think they have broken?
    If you haven't got it - please don't flaunt it. TIA.
  • wlasikiewicz
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    • 12th Dec 12, 2:20 PM
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    • 12th Dec 12, 2:20 PM
    Which law do you think they have broken?
    Originally posted by Sambucus Nigra
    I think its defimation of character and Data Protection Act but thats it i think.
    • duchy
    • By duchy 12th Dec 12, 2:28 PM
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    duchy
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    • 12th Dec 12, 2:28 PM
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    • 12th Dec 12, 2:28 PM
    Not data protection -as no personal data about the employee will be on the cctv (eg name address NI number , bank acc details etc)

    and unless the video shows your manager telling people your mate is a thief /axe murderer/etc-I can't see DOC either.

    If the CCTV however shows your mate pocketing a tenner from the till (or committing some other criminal act ) then it is evidence and legitimate for use in court in most circumstances. Perhaps your mate would be better served by getting proper legal advice from a qualified person like say a solicitor ?
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