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Alabama Video Surveillance Statute

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Secretly filming individuals while trespassing on private property is considered unlawful "criminal surveillance." Additionally, it's considered "aggravated criminal surveillance" to record any person in "any place where the individual being observed has a reasonable expectation of privacy" without prior express or implied consent and for the purpose of sexual gratification.

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  • Category: Privacy
  • Type: Law
  • Status: Active
  • State: Alabama
  • Citation: AL Code 13A-11-32; AL Code 13A-11-32.1
  • Topic: Video
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