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someone I spoke with said "there is to be no recording of this or any other calls". Must I follow this instruction? Although, in Canada, there is no requirement on you to obtain consent to make recording, this explicit objection creates a hurdle. If you simply ignore the objection and record the conversation anyway without letting the objecting party know, ...


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In the US, if someone objects to a call being recorded, their sole recourse is to end the call. If it is a two-party state the person recording must notify the other parties, and if they continue the call after being notified, they have consented, even if they object verbally. In a one-part state, the party making the recording need not notify the other ...


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Assuming you aren’t limiting its reach, you will be operating in many jurisdictions and at least some of them will require all parties to consent. It is also likely that the consent will, at least in some jurisdictions need to be specific and active. Your proposed solution is unlikely to cut it. However, a solution where a pop-up says “David wants to ...


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In theory, this should not be a problem. However, in practice, the TSA can probably find a reason to make you stop recording. If you start recording before your phone is x-rayed, and refuse to stop recording, this counts as interfering with screening. If you are recording when you demand a pat down, and try to record through the pat down, then you likely ...


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Background From the Iowa Municipal Code: Sec. 70-39. - Loitering near government buildings. (a) No person shall congregate, stand, loaf or loiter in or in front of or around any school or other public building occupied in whole or in part by any governmental subdivision, including any agency, body, department, office, board or commission and the like ...


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The district court judge, as reported in this news story has held that there was probable cause to arrest Daniel Robbins in this case, and that his rights were not violated. If this ruling stands, officers acted legally, although they might still be required to return the phone with the images. Whether there is probable cause for an arrest (or a search) is ...


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