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A Camera Records in Boca, Part One Digital Media Law …

Details: A Camera Records in Boca, Part One. As is now commonly known, on May 17, 2012, presidential candidate Mitt Romney made a series of very candid comments at a private fundraiser held in the Boca Raton home of private equity manager Marc Leder. As Mother Jones reported on September 17, someone present at that fundraiser (we have no idea whether it

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Federal Courts' Camera Experiment Rolls On Digital Media

Details: Order 2011-82 (S.D. Fla. Sept. 28, 2011) is an addition to the court's Local Rule 77.1 (which limits cameras to ceremonial proceedings) to allow for the camera experiment. The court is currently accepting public comment on the changes, and will hold a hearing Nov. 17. The proposed changes to Rule 77.1 are slated to go into effect on Dec. 1, 2011.

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Recording Public Meetings and Court Hearings Digital

Details: Concealing your camera or recording equipment is not a good idea. For state-specific information about using recording equipment in public meetings, see the State Law: Recording section. Court Hearings. The law regarding the use of audio and video recording devices in court hearings varies a great deal based on the state.

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Cameras Roll in New Federal Court Experiment Digital

Details: Cameras Roll in New Federal Court Experiment. Submitted by Eric P. Robinson on Wed, 07/27/2011 - 15:15. It lacks the drama of the various flavors of " Law and Order " or the intrigue of a John Grisham novel. But the video of a July 21 hearing on the plaintiff's request for a preliminary injunction in Gauck v.

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A Camera Records in Boca, Part Two Digital Media Law Project

Details: A Camera Records in Boca, Part Two Submitted by Jeff Hermes on Fri, 09/21/2012 - 17:29 Today's post is a continuation of my analysis of the laws implicated by the recording of Mitt Romney's remarks at a fundraiser held at a private home in Boca Raton, Florida, on May 17, 2012.

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Georgia Intrusion Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: This statute just highlights that in addition to your physical trespass, the use of any device to intrude, whether it be a camera, microphone or video, can impose liability in Georgia. See O.C.G.A Section 16-11-62 (2). The Georgia statute specifically states that liability for intrusion does not require that photographs be developed or shown to

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Recording Police and Defining 'Plain Sight' Digital

Details: The Massachusetts wiretapping statute, MGL Ch. 272 § 99, makes it a crime to secretly record an in-person conversation without the consent of all parties to the conversation. Because the statute only addresses secret recordings, those made with a camera in plain sight fall outside the restriction. A 2001 decision by the Massachusetts Supreme

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Ninth Circuit Starts Live Streaming, As Federal Camera

Details: The experimental program is the newest chapter in the long saga of the issue of camera coverage of federal trial courts, and is the second such test in the federal courts (the first occurring in the early 1990s). The earlier test, limited to civil trials in eight federal district courts,

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Georgia Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: The judge may decide to allow only one camera or recording device at a given time, and there is a prohibition on photographing or televising members of the jury. At the appellate court level, you must make a written request to the court at least seven days in advance, and radio and television media are required to supply the court with a video

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF CALIFORNIA

Details: sweater and carried what appeared to be a camera but was actually the gun with. 3 which Ahmand killed Kennedy. The Morrow book contained four photographs of a young man the book identified as Ali Ahmand standing in a group of people around Kennedy at …

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Recording Phone Calls, Conversations, Meetings and

Details: Recording Phone Calls, Conversations, Meetings and Hearings. Using a recording device, such as a microphone, video recorder, or camera, is often a helpful way to capture and preserve information about conversations, interviews, and phone calls in which you participate. It is also a good way to document what takes place in a court hearing or

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Georgia Law Prohibits Recording Inside Polling Places

Details: Therefore, Georgia voters should not attempt to use a video camera, still camera, or other recording device anywhere inside a polling place. Additionally, section 21-2-414(e) specifically bans the use of a cell phone or other communications device once a person has been issued a …

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Employee Surveillance: How Big Brother Could Be Your Boss

Details: Many jurisdictions consider several additional factors when assessing the legality of a particular company's surveillance system including whether the video camera was publicly viewable or hidden, whether the work area was open to public view, and whether the video included sound.

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Documenting Your Vote: Pennsylvania Election Laws

Details: You may not view your use of a camera or video recorder as intimidating, but other voters and election officials may well view it that way, and their discomfort is likely to be more acute if you film inside. Third, Pennsylvania law strictly regulates activities in and around the polling place with a view towards maintaining order. For instance

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Pennsylvania Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: Pennsylvania's wiretapping law is a "two-party consent" law. Pennsylvania makes it a crime to intercept or record a telephone call or conversation unless all parties to the conversation consent. See 18 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 5703 (link is to the entire code, choose Title 18, Part II, Article F, Chapter 57, Subchapter B, and then the specific

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Access to Courts Digital Media Law Project

Details: Federal Courts' Camera Experiment Rolls On Submitted by Eric P. Robinson on Mon, 10/17/2011 - 15:10 After a slow start, the latest experiment of video cameras in federal courtrooms, announced last October , appears to be finally starting to roll.

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Practical Tips for Recording Phone Calls, Conversations

Details: Using a recording device, such as a microphone, video recorder, or camera, is a helpful way to capture and preserve information about conversations, interviews, and phone calls in which you participate. It is also a good way to document what takes place in a court hearing or public meeting, whether for personal reference or later broadcast over

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Practical Tips for Avoiding Liability When Gathering

Details: Avoid the use of concealed cameras or microphones: Even if your subject consents or you are invited into their home, you could still be liable for intrusion if you use a concealed camera or recording device. Courts have sometimes held that the person's consent only extends to the face-to-face interview and not to any concealed recording.

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Virginia: Documenting Your Vote (2008) Digital Media Law

Details: You should also avoid using your camera in any way that might reveal the contents of another voter's marked ballot. See Va. Code § 24.2-607 (making it a crime to "hinder, intimidate, or interfere with any qualified voter so as to prevent the voter from casting a secret ballot").

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Missouri Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: Equipment and personnel are limited to one still photographer with two cameras and two lenses, one television camera and camera operator, and one audio system. See C.O.R. 16.04. For additional information, please refer to the Missouri Supreme Court's Cameras in the Courtroom: A Guide to Missouri's Court Operating Rule 16.

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Recording Police Officers and Public Officials Digital

Details: A number of U.S. Courts of Appeals have held that, in such circumstances, the First Amendment protects the right to record audio and video regardless of whether the police/officials consent. This constitutional right would override any state …

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First Circuit Webcasting Argument Stems From Long History

Details: Camera technology clearly has changed since the Lindbergh baby days, allowing for unobtrusive recording and broadcasting -- via television, cable, satellite, or the web -- of trials. In light of these changes, states that limit coverage of trials, and the federal Judicial Council, would be well advised to revisit their current, archaic rules on

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New York Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: New York Law on Recording Court Hearings and Public Meetings. New York state appellate courts permit recording subject to the approval of the particular court. Only two television cameras and two still cameras are allowed in the courtroom at any given time. New York trial courts do not allow recording devices in courtrooms.

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New York City May Require Permits and Insurance for Public

Details: The New York Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting is considering new rules that would require any group of 2 or more people who want to use a camera on city property -- including sidewalks -- for more than a half hour to get a city permit and $1 million in liability insurance, the New York Times reports today: . New rules being considered by the Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and

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Michigan Secretary of State Warns Voters Not To Use

Details: The stated reasons for the camera ban are "to protect voters who may feel intimidated in the polling place by the presence of a camera" and to deter "those who may try to sell their vote." The press release also indicates that Michigan law prohibits displaying one's own …

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North Carolina Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: North Carolina Wiretapping Law. North Carolina's wiretapping law is a "one-party consent" law. North Carolina makes it a crime to intercept or record any "wire, oral, or electronic communication" unless one party to the conversation consents. N.C. Gen. Stat. § 15A-287 . Thus, if you operate in North Carolina, you may record a conversation or

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Recording Phone Calls, Conversations, Meetings and Hearings

Details: Using a recording device, such as a microphone, video recorder, or camera, is a helpful way to capture and preserve information about conversations, interviews, and phone calls in which you participate. It is also a good way to document what takes place in a court hearing or public meeting, whether for personal reference or later broadcast over

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Florida Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: Florida Wiretapping Law. Florida's wiretapping law is a "two-party consent" law. Florida makes it a crime to intercept or record a "wire, oral, or electronic communication" in Florida, unless all parties to the communication consent. See Fla. Stat. ch. 934.03 . Florida law makes an exception for in-person communications when the parties do not

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Access to Public Records in Ohio Digital Media Law Project

Details: Note: This page covers information specific to Ohio.For general information concerning access to government records see the Access to Government Records section of this guide.. You have a statutory right to inspect a vast number of Ohio’s public records using the state's public records law.

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Is It a Prior Restraint for Police to Delete Video of

Details: An Oregon jury came to the same conclusion regarding the seizure of an environmentalist’s video camera. And the First Circuit unanimously ruled in Glik v. Cunniffe that filming officers in a public space is a clearly established First Amendment right.

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Arizona Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: Arizona's open meetings law provides that "[a]ll or any part of a public meeting of a public body may be recorded by any person in attendance by means of a tape recorder or camera or any other means of sonic reproduction, provided that there is no active interference with the conduct of the meeting." A.R.S. § 38-431.01(F).

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Q. 1: Do I have the right to record police action or

Details: your camera or other recording device (or the content of recorded media) without a warra nt, even if the police seize those recordings without a warrant. While you might lack an expectation o f privacy in a recording made in a public place with the police present, it is likely that a court would

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New Jersey Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: New Jersey's wiretapping law is a "one-party consent" law. New Jersey makes it a crime to intercept or record an in-person or telephone conversation unless one party to the conversation consents. N.J. Stat. §§ 2A:156A-3, -4. (link is to the entire code; you need to click through to Title 2A, Article 156A, and then locate the specific provisions).

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New York: Recording in Public Digital Media Law Project

Details: Just because a camera is located in a public place does not mean that the subject being recorded is in a public place as well. Most states recognize that the use of a telescopic lens or enhanced audio recording equipment from a public location can violate privacy rights, if used to see or to listen to activity in places that could not be seen

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Responding to Subpoenas Digital Media Law Project

Details: Welcome to the website of the Digital Media Law Project. The DMLP was a project of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society from 2007 to 2014.

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Illinois Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: Illinois Wiretapping Law. In People v. Melongo, Docket No. 114852 (Ill. Mar. 20, 2014), the Supreme Court of Illinois held that Illinois' two-party eavesdropping statute, 720 Ill. Comp. Stat. 5/14-1, -2 (scroll down), was unconstitutional on its face. The statute made it a crime to use an "eavesdropping device" to overhear or record a phone

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Florida Court Restricts Reporter's Use of Laptop During

Details: According to regular court practice in the jurisdiction, one television camera and one still photographer also were covering the proceedings, and Judge Haddock ruled that only two devices total were permitted. Later, it became clear that Judge Haddock was relying on Judicial Administration Rule 2.450

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Tennessee Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: Note: This page covers information specific to Tennessee.For general information concerning the use of recording devices see the Recording Phone Calls, Conversations, Meetings and Hearings section of this guide.. Tennessee's wiretapping law is a "one-party consent" law.Tennessee makes it a crime to intentionally intercept any wire, oral or "electronic communication" to overhear or …

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Texas Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: Texas Wiretapping Law. Texas's wiretapping law is a "one-party consent" law. Texas makes it a crime to intercept or record any "wire, oral, or electronic communication" unless one party to the conversation consents. Texas Penal Code § 16.02. Therefore, if you operate in Texas, you may record a conversation or phone call if you are a party to

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California Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: Note: This page covers information specific to California.For general information concerning the use of recording devices see the Recording Phone Calls, Conversations, Meetings and Hearings section of this guide.. California Wiretapping Law. California's wiretapping law is a "two-party consent" law.California makes it a crime to record or eavesdrop on any confidential communication, …

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Massachusetts Recording Law Digital Media Law Project

Details: Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Rule 1:19 says that judges should "permit broadcasting, televising, electronic recording, or taking photographs of proceedings open to the public in the courtroom by the news media for news gathering purposes and dissemination of information to the public ," with certain limitations.

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Documenting Your Vote: California Election Laws Digital

Details: The California law with most immediate relevance to citizen media creators who want to document the vote is California Elections Code § 18541 . This statute makes it a crime for anyone, within 100 feet of a polling place, to "photograph, videotape, or otherwise record a voter entering or exiting a polling place" with " the intent of dissuading

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DOJ's Public Statements Provide a Road Map for Citizens to

Details: Policies should inform police officers about warrant requirements, require care so that any consent to search and seizure is not coerced, inform officers that the limited circumstances justifying warrantless seizure of a camera do not also justify a warrantless search of the camera's contents, and inform officers that search and seizure of a

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New York Attorneys Want Devices in Federal Court, But Only

Details: The Northern District of New York's rules provide that "No one other than court officials and officers of the court [attorneys] engaged in the conduct of court business shall bring any cameras, video cameras, recording equipment, dictaphones, pagers, cellular phones — including camera phones, personal data assistants (PDA’s) and computers

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