Thursday, May 10, 2012

Federal Court Blocks Sweeping Illinois Eavesdropping Statute

 Over a half-century old, the state law makes it a felony for anyone to produce a recording of a conversation unless all parties agree. In particular, it sets a maximum punishment of fifteen years’ imprisonment if a law enforcement officer is recorded.

Critics of the law have argued that it infringes upon the rights of citizens to document law enforcement officials’ misconduct. Read more here.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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