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Wisconsin Video Surveillance Statute

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Wisconsin prohibits surreptitious video surveillance in any private place, "with the intent to observe any nude or partially nude person without the consent of the person observed" for the purpose of sexual arousal or gratification, including a private place that is part of a public accommodation. Additionally, Wisconsin requires that any person or entity (including the state) that owns a locker room create a written policy specifying which recording devices (including video recording devices) may be used in that locker room and the circumstances under which they may be used, which prohibits any representation of nude or partially nude persons.

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  • Category: Privacy
  • Type: Law
  • Status: Active
  • State: Wisconsin
  • Citation: WI Stat. 942.08; WI Stat. 175.22
  • Topic: Video
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