Breach Of The Secret Of Correspondence
LexInter | January 31, 2002 | 0 Comments

Breach Of The Secret Of Correspondence

PENAL CODE (Legislative Part)
Paragraph 2: Breach of the secrecy of correspondence
Article 226-15
The fact, committed in bad faith, of opening, deleting, delaying or diverting correspondence which has arrived or not at its destination and addressed to third parties, or becomes fraudulently aware of it, is punishable by one year of imprisonment. and a fine of 300,000 F.
The same penalties shall apply to the act, committed in bad faith, of intercepting, diverting, using or disclosing correspondence sent, transmitted or received by means of telecommunications or of installing devices designed to carry out such interceptions.
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