baberenglish wrote:'Secret' recording devices are deemed inadmissible in court. But to your employer, if they hear something by someone trying to rat you out, then they have enough means to fire you-legal or not. You sound a tad paranoid about your workmates. Find a hobby, don't think so much of the office.
We are not talking about the US here, we are talking about Taiwan. I cant find them right now, but there have been several reports on forumosa in the past where "secret" recordings have been used as evidence in a court case.
On top of this, when was the last time that you saw a sign when you walk into an establishment saying you are being recorded? In Australia such signs are required, in Taiwan the appear not to be, meaning anyone can setup a camera anywhere and record anything. I think it would be wise for someone who is not in their own home to behave as if their behavior is being recorded (because it probably is).