The all-seeing eye

Recent technological advances have meant that private investigators now have the capability to delve deeper into their targets’ lives than ever before – but with the industry lacking regulation, this carries uncomfortable implications for privacy and

13th September, 2008

Recent technological advances have meant that private investigators now have the capability to delve deeper into their targets’ lives than ever before – but with the industry lacking regulation, this carries uncomfortable implications for privacy and civil liberties.

‘Information is the most valuable commodity in the world today,” says Liam Brady. ‘‘And professional information gathering is the biggest job there is.” A private investigator for 33 years, Brady now finds himself a member of...

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