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The first: You can’t record video in any location where a person would expect to have a high degree of privacy.
Those places should be pretty obvious, as noted earlier—bedrooms and bathrooms are clear examples, as is a changing room if you have a pool.
Federal wiretapping statutes allow audio recording if one of the two parties consents to the recording.
This means that you, the recorder, may know, but the other party doesn’t need to.
The situation is murky, because although it was a living room—the most public room in a home—it served as a de facto bedroom for the time the guest was using it.
What makes this case even murkier is the technology involved.
Essentially, if you don’t do anything wrong with the recording, who will know or care?
“Consent for audio has to be given in writing,” said Ken Kirschenbaum, a counsel for the alarm industry and consultant to the publication Security Sales & Integration.
He told us it’s a common misconception that window decals or yard signs (and the expectation that visitors see and recognize them) qualify as consent.
Some states, including California (where the above-described scenario occurred), require dual consent, which means everybody involved needs to be in the loop.
So does this mean you have to tell burglars that they may be recorded if they break into your house? A trespasser waives any expectation of privacy in your home.