I should have studied law. Maybe I'll take a course.
Anyway, was reading RIPA, as you do. We were trying to find the bit that allows call recording for personal use and failed, but did find a fun bit...
RIPA 3(3) says that intercept/recording is lawful if it is conducted by someone who provides the telecommunications service for purposes connected with the provision of that service.
A&A offer a recorded call service. That would suggest that A&A (the provider of telcoms) can record the call as part of the service and that is lawful intercept. As such needs no warrant and no warnings or notices or anything?
Did I miss anything?
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