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It is legal, see Oregon v. Rainey. Appellant threatened a neighbor outside of the neighbor's house, and the recording was done inside the house. The court rules that the "inside their homes" exception applied, because the exception pertains to where the recording is done and not where the conversation takes place. The person recording and the ...


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Copyright The first legal impediment is that you don’t own the copyright in the email so copying it without permission is prima facie copyright violation. You may have a fair use defence but that is not clear. You don’t have a fair dealing defence. You may be able to argue that you have an implicit licence to make copies of correspondence but I doubt that ...


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Touching someone with intent to do harm is battery Not just in the United States but throughout the common law world including the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Kenya etc. Battery is often confused with assault which is the threat to commit battery. These nations have decided that you are not allowed to hurt people or their things no ...


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I depends on who took the picture: that is the person who controls what can be done with it. For example, if you took the picture, you own the copyright in the picture. If some other person took the picture and you are just in the picture, that person owns the copyright, and you need their permission to post it on Instagram. Taking a screenshot is copying, ...


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You can flag the content as a violation of Youtube's "community standards". These are not enforceable legal requirements, but they are conditions that posters must abide by. Crazy claims about the First Amendment are irrelevant. YT has the power to remove the content on that basis. However, it appears that they do not agree with your complaint, which might ...


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The basics of GDPR is that you must design your software (here the website) in a manner that : You do not collect / compile / use any private data that is unnecessary to your software. You must state what type of private data you are collecting and why You must ensure a reasonable security of those datas You must be able to ensure the application of the ...


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gdpr The obligation to provide a privacy policy stems from GDPR Articles 13 and 14. When the information has to be provided depends on when personal data is obtained. Information under Art 13 (data obtained directly from the data subject) must be provided at the time when the personal data is being obtained. Since most websites will obtain personal data ...


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The prohibition applies to any "private communication". That term is defined here, as any oral communication, or any telecommunication, that is made by an originator who is in Canada or is intended by the originator to be received by a person who is in Canada and that is made under circumstances in which it is reasonable for the originator to expect ...


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