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Illinois Supreme Court Strikes Down Illinois Eavesdropping Act's Two-Party Consent Provision

Under the Illinois Eavesdropping Act, a person committed a felony when he or she knowingly recorded an individual without that individual's consent, regardless of whether it was reasonable for the individual to have an...more

Are You Recording Your Customers’ Calls? Better Listen

Federal law and most states only require one party to a phone call to consent to recording it, which means the person recording the call doesn’t need anyone else’s permission; however, a minority of states, including...more

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