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Firms across the country are locking filing cabinets, deleting emails and frantically calling private investigators in panic as news broke that the New Zealand All Blacks have discovered a hidden listening device stitched into a chair in the meeting room at their hotel.
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In July 2013 the Home Secretary announced that private investigators will need to be licensed by the Security Industry Authority (SIA) to operate legitimately. Such licences will be granted following a series of vigorous checks. “It is vital we have proper regulation of private investigators to ensure rigorous standards in this sector and the respect of individuals’ rights to privacy.”