Feb 242014
 February 24, 2014  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Brian Lawson reports:

In a world where most phones double as cameras and people share the results of their latest doctor’s visit on Facebook, is an expectation of privacy still possible?

Under Alabama law it is.

The state has laws against eavesdropping and surveillance, with the key elements being “trespassing” and “private place.” For instance, the law bars someone from “intentionally” engaging in surveillance while trespassing in a private place.

Read more on AL.com.

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