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North Dakota Video Surveillance Statute

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North Dakota's privacy law prohibits installation or use of any device for observing, photographing, or recording any private space such as a dressing room, hotel room, tanning booth, changing room "with intent to intrude upon or interfere with the privacy of the occupant." Additionally, the state has deemed it disorderly conduct to use visual surveillance to "capture an image from the dwelling or accessory structure of another person," and the law provides seven days from notice of this offense to "direct or shield the camera so as to not capture an image" from another person's property or dwelling.

Additional Info

  • Category: Privacy
  • Type: Law
  • Status: Active
  • State: North Dakota
  • Citation: ND Stat. 12.1-31-01; ND Stat. 12.1-20-12.2
  • Topic: Video
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