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Nebraska Video Surveillance Statute

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Unlawful video surveillance in Nebraska is defined as video recording another person in a state of undress in a place where that person might have a reasonable expectation of privacy without their consent, "including, but not limited to, any facility, public or private, used as a restroom, tanning booth, locker room, shower room, fitting room, or dressing room."

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  • Category: Privacy
  • Type: Law
  • Status: Active
  • State: Nebraska
  • Citation: Neb.Rev.St. 28-311.08
  • Topic: Video
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