Legal Disclaimer

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Audio Recording
Most audio recordings without consent of one or all parties are illegal.
Recording audio is very different from video, there are definite federal and state laws prohibiting surreptitious recording and monitoring of audio conversations. These laws are taken very seriously by authorities and failure to abide by them could result in severe consequences.
There are two types of defined recording situations for audio recording. They are usually referred to as “One Party Consent” and “Two Party Consent”.

“One Party Consent” means that only the person doing the recording has to give consent and does not have to notify the other party or parties that the conversation is being recorded. NOTE: The person doing the recording must be a particpant in the recording.

“Two Party Consent” means the person recording the conversation must notify all of the other parties that the recording is taking place and they must consent to the recording.

Federal Law requires “One Party Consent” for audio recording.

Note: Laws change constantly, please check your states current laws before engaging in recording.
If you know of a change or error, please inform us.

States with “One party Consent” for audio recording

Alabama – One Party
Alaska – One Party
Arizona – One Party
Arkansas – One Party
Colorado – One Party
District of Columbia – One Party
Georgia – One Party
Idaho – One Party
Indiana – One Party
Iowa – One Party
Kentucky – One Party
Louisiana – One Party
Maine – One Party
Minnesota – One Party
Mississippi – One Party
Missouri – One Party
Minnesota – One Party
Nebraska – One Party
New Jersey – One Party
New Mexico – One Party
New York – One Party
North Carolina – One Party
North Dakota – One Party
Oklahoma – One Party
Oregon – One Party
Ohio – One Party
Rhode Island – One Party
South Carolina – One Party
South Dakota – One Party
Tennessee – One Party
Texas – One Party
Vermont – One Party
Virginia – One Party
West Virginia – One Party
Wisconsin – One Party
Wyoming – One Party

States with “Two party Consent” for audio recording

California – Two Party
Connecticut – Two Party
Delaware – Two Party
Florida – Two Party
Hawaii – Two Party
Illinois – Two Party
Kansas – Two Party
Maryland – Two Party
Massachusetts – Two Party
Michigan – Two Party
Montana – Two Party
Nevada – Two Party
New Hampshire – Two Party
Pennsylvania – Two Party
Utah – Two Party
Washington – Two Party