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New Jersey Video Surveillance Statute

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New Jersey prohibits the videotaping and recording of another person "whose intimate parts are exposed or who is engaged in an act of sexual penetration or sexual contact, without that person's consent and under circumstances in which a reasonable person would not expect to be observed," unless sufficient notice was posted and the surveillance is for a lawful purpose. Additionally, the state provides exception to this statute for retail establishments to "photograph, film, videotape, record" the entrance and access points to fitting rooms and dressing rooms as long as notice is conspicuously posted.

Additional Info

  • Category: Privacy
  • Type: Law
  • Status: Active
  • State: New Jersey
  • Citation: NJ Stat. 2C:14-9
  • Topic: Video
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