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Utah Video Surveillance Statute

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Utah's voyeurism law prohibits the use of any visual surveillance device for the purpose of surreptitiously viewing or recording any part of a person's body about which that person would have a reasonable expectation of privacy, whether or not that portion of the body is covered by clothing, without that person's consent and under circumstances where a reasonable expectation of privacy would be expected. Additionally, Utah prohibits installation in a "private place" any device meant to capture visual information and broadcast the events therein.

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  • Category: Privacy
  • Type: Law
  • Status: Active
  • State: Utah
  • Citation: UT Stat. 76-9-702.7; UT Stat. 76-9-402
  • Topic: Video
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