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Vermont Video Surveillance Statute

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Vermont's voyeurism law prohibits the viewing, filming, or recording of the intimate areas of another person without that person's knowledge and consent, while that person is in a place where he or she would have a reasonable expectation of privacy, including his or her own home or residence or when he or she is engaged in a sexual act. Vermont does not grant an exception to any person violating this statute "as part of a security or theft prevention policy or program at a place of business," however, an exception is granted for bona fide security guards or private investigators where the surveillance that was in violation was incidental to their work.

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  • Category: Privacy
  • Type: Law
  • Status: Active
  • State: Vermont
  • Citation: VT Stat. 13 2605
  • Topic: Video
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