The makers of the Unicorn software mentioned in the previous question want to sell their software to various government agencies in India. When they approached the CBI, an investigative agency of the central government, they were told that the CBI would only consider using their software if the company could demonstrate that Unicorn could actually intercept WhatsApp messages. In order to demonstrate this, the company randomly intercepted some WhatsApp messages of people from across the country, and brought the records to the CBI. The CBI now says that the company has violated the law, since it carried out unauthorised interception of digital information in the country. Is the CBI correct?