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Video And Audio Surveillance Laws: CA

By California, Policy

CALIFORNIA is considered an All-Party Consent State, in that all people involved in the recorded communication must give permission. BUT… There are circumstances and spaces that can affect whether you can legally record your abuser, even in a 1-party consent state. Under California law, it is a crime punishable by fine and/or imprisonment to record a confidential conversation without the…

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Video And Audio Surveillance Laws: AR

By Arkansas, Policy

ARKANSAS is considered a One-Party Consent State, in that at least one person involved in the recorded communication must consent. It is a misdemeanor in Arkansas for a person to record an oral or telephone communication to which they are not a party. VIDEO SURVEILLANCE As per the Upcounsel website1, Video surveillance laws differ greatly from state to state. There’s…

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Video And Audio Surveillance Laws: AZ

By Arizona, Policy

ARIZONA is considered a One-Party Consent State, in that at least one person involved in the recorded communication must consent. In Arizona, it is a felony to record an in-person or phone conversation without that consent. Violators may also be subject to civil liability. With that said, federal and state laws can differ, so it is always best to seek…

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Video And Audio Surveillance Laws: AK

By Alaska, Policy

ALASKA is considered a One-Party Consent State, in that at least one person involved in the recorded communication must consent. An illegal recording is a misdemeanor. With that said, federal and state laws can differ, so it is always best to seek legal counsel* and follow the strictest applicable laws. Applicable Alaska Statutes Title 42. Public Utilities and Carriers and…

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Video And Audio Surveillance Laws: AL

By Alabama, Policy

ALABAMA is considered a One-Party Consent State, in that at least one person involved in the recorded communication must consent. An illegal recording is a misdemeanor. With that said, federal and state laws can differ, so it is always best to seek legal counsel* and follow the strictest applicable laws. VIDEO SURVEILLANCE As per the Upcounsel website1, Video surveillance laws…

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