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Maine Video Surveillance Statute

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Maine classifies filming or recording devices as an invasion of privacy when installed or used in a private place without a person's consent; additionally, Maine also considers it an invasion of privacy to use or install any type of "visual surveillance ... in a public space" with the intent to observe or record images of any portion of a person's body "when that portion of the body is in fact concealed from public view under clothing" without their consent (presumably referring to x-ray surveillance).

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  • Category: Privacy
  • Type: Law
  • Status: Active
  • State: Maine
  • Citation: ME Stat. 17-A 511
  • Topic: Video
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