Generally the statute of limitations is years for a civil action based on a violation of the federal wiretapping statute and I believe it is the same for MA. The statute of limitations, or when the clock starts ticking on the two years within which you have to file such an action, is when you knew or reasonably should have known of the violation. If you knew in 2010 it may be too late but there are many exceptions to the statute of limitations that toll the statute of limitations or stop the clock from running. There are also criminal penalties for such violations. You should discuss this further with an attorney if you want to pursue either civil or criminal action. Best of luck.
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