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    BUG, Inc., a company based in the United States. designs, manufactures, and sells electronic recording devices. These devices are used by law enforcement agencies to intercept and record sounds and voices. The equipment taps into telephone wires, cell phone transmissions, and picks up sounds and voices through the walls of a house or in open-air locations through the use of a remote microphone. Part of the equipment is driven by software written by BUG employees. BUG has exclusive contracts with most state and federal law enforcement agencies throughout the United States. BUG is thinking about expanding its sales to international markets. Currently, half of its manufacturing plants are in foreign countries and half are in the U.S. The company's logo is a ladybug wearing a set of headphones.

    Write a paper answering the following question to the scenario above & below:

    Walter, a security guard for BUG, learns that Steve really works for WIRETAP. Walter takes Steve to a small soundproof room where he keeps him for six hours. During this time, Walter continues to ask Steve what he is doing at BUG and what information he has given to WIRETAP. Walter tells Steve that he will hurt him if he does not tell him everything. Steve finally tells Walter what he wants to know. Walter then lets Steve go home. Has Walter committed any torts? Distinguish how tort law is different from other areas of law.

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    The response addresses the queries posted in 405 words with references.

    // The paper is based on a scenario of the Company BUG Inc. The first section will describe about, whether the actions of Walter are right or not. His actions with Steve were wrong or right. This section will also discuss about the commitment of tort by Walter. It will help in increasing your knowledge about the 'Tort Law': //

    Action of Walter

    Yes, Walter has committed tort, as his actions are legally wrong due to his intentional wrong practices, which are harmful for BUG Inc, which is a manufacturer of electronic devices. As a part of the organizations, it was the duty of Walter to inform the company about the erroneous actions of Steve who works for other company. There is evidence which proves that Walter has conducted breach of his duties, which is illegal or civilly wrong according to the laws set by the government. As being a part of ...

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    The response addresses the queries posted in 405 words with references.