The European Court of Human Rights decided in an October 2019 decision, Lopez Ribalda v. Spain, that surveillance of workers using hidden video cameras can be valid if there is reasonable suspicion that a crime or serious misconduct has been committed, causing significant harm to the employer.Ribalda has affected the interpretation of the use of covert video surveillance in western Europe, which was the subject of the first article in a three-part series on this decision. This article, the seco
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Date/time: 7th March 2020, 12:01
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