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Maryland Video Surveillance Statute

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Maryland prohibits visual surveillance of any private place, defined narrowly as "dressing room or rest room in a retail store," without that person's consent. Additionally, the state's surveillance and privacy law also prohibits using a camera on private property to secretly record or observe those inside, with the exception of any part of a private residence used for conducting business (such as a family child care business).

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  • Category: Privacy
  • Type: Law
  • Status: Active
  • State: Maryland
  • Citation: MD Code 3 901, MD Code 3 902, and MD Code 3 903
  • Topic: Video
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