A person who was conversing with me in my house, revealed after the fact that they recorded a personal conversation. I became concerned where this was being stored (for later use) and if it was shared with anyone other than the person recording it. I'm aware that in Texas, it is a one-party consent state. I have a couple of questions I could not find in the law.
if you inform the person that you revoke consent or expicitly state you do not give permission to record, does that override the one-party rule?
I understand they may have the right to record without my consent, but if they choose to share that recording with another person (and not just keep for their own record), does a new consent rule come into play?
Can I have the person sign a document stating that they will not record any conversation shared in certain settings (e.g. anywhere on my property such as home or car)? Will that override the one-party consent?
Is there any way to block consent to record legally, either in writing or verbally, in the State of Texas?
Thank you, Chris