Legal Question in Civil Rights Law in Maryland


Is someone allowed to videotape you without your permission? I transfer my child to his father and his wife videotapes the transitions, however, I usually have someone with me and this person does not want to be videotaped. What is the law on this in MD?

Asked on 4/02/04, 12:37 pm

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Michael Worsham Michael C. Worsham, Esq.
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Re: Videotaping

You can be videotaped in public, as long as it is not harassing and overly intrusive. However, Maryland has a wiretap law that would apply to the audio portion of any videotape recording. The wiretap law makes it illegal to record a person's voice without their permission.

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Answered on 4/02/04, 8:27 pm

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