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Submission + - Woman to sue phone company for exposing affair (telegraph.co.uk)

selven writes: Gabriella Nagy, 35, is seeking 600,000 Canadian dollars from Rogers Wireless for invasion of privacy and breach of contract, after her husband saw her frequent phone calls to an unknown phone number, realized she was having an affair with him, and left her. She claims that she asked Rogers to send her phone bill to her separately, but Rogers instead sent the bill along with the TV, internet and home phone bill. She blames Rogers for the breakup, saying that they "breached [her] privacy" after she "entrusted them with [her] personal information." A Rogers spokesman replies "We cannot be responsible for the personal decisions made by our customers."

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