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South Carolina Video Surveillance Statute

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South Carolina's video voyeurism law prevents the surreptitious visual surveillance and the recording of another person, for the purpose of sexual gratification, without consent, when that person "is in a place where he or she would have a reasonable expectation of privacy." However, this statute does not apply to security surveillance for the purpose of decreasing or prosecuting theft, or any other security surveillance measures in "bona fide business establishments."

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  • Category: Privacy
  • Type: Law
  • Status: Active
  • State: South Carolina
  • Citation: SC Stat. 16-17-470
  • Topic: Video
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