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 November 1, 2015  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Karen Langley and Robert Zullo report:

A proposal to change Pennsylvania’s wiretap law to permit officers to use body cameras to record inside homes under certain circumstances cleared a Senate committee Tuesday.

The legislation would permit law enforcement officers to record inside residences during an arrest or the execution of a search warrant, during an emergency or after receiving permission. The bill also is intended to exempt police recordings in a home or police interrogation room from the state right-to-know law.

Read more on The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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