Legality of Recording Phone Calls in Illinois

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Illinois is among the 12 states with a “two party consent” rule. This rule is engraved in the eavesdropping statute which was recently amended for being too broad. The current version now requires that all the parties involved in a private conversation give their consent before they are recorded when there is a reasonable expectation… Read more »

Call Recording Laws in Texas

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Texas is one of 38 states with a “one-party consent” rule when it comes to recording calls. That means that you’re allowed to record a call with just the consent of one person (which could be you!). You don’t have to tell the other parties that you’re recording, or play a beep in the background,… Read more »

Legality of Recording Phone Calls in Georgia

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Georgia is considered a “one-party consent” state. Meaning that if you’re a party to the call, you can record without telling the other parties. That is – as long as you give yourself consent to record the call 😛 There is no need to announce that you’re recording, or play a beep in the background of the… Read more »

Legality of Recording Phone Calls in Florida

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When it comes to recording calls, Florida is considered an all-party consent state. This means that you can record calls in Florida – you just need to have the consent of all parties. What is considered consent? Statute has determined that simply stating “this conversation may be recorded” is an acceptable form of consent, as… Read more »

Can I record phone calls in Virginia?

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Recording phone calls in Virginia is allowed – as long as you’re one of the parties on the call. Virginia is considered a one-party consent state, meaning that only one party needs to give permission for it to be recorded. So if you’re one of the parties on the call, and you consent to yourself,… Read more »

Is it illegal to record phone calls in Delaware?

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Delware is known for being a very business friendly state, so it shouldn’t be much surprise that recording phone calls is legal too. Here are the specifics: Delaware is considered a one-party consent state. This means that if you’re one of the parties involved on the call, then you can record it without consent from the… Read more »

Is it legal to record phone calls in Arizona?

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Arizona is one of 38 states where you only need one party consent to record a phone call. So if you’re one of the parties on the call, then yes, you can record it! You don’t even have to tell the other parties that you are recording. Officially, from Arizona Statute A.R.S 13-305, violation is when… Read more »

Is it legal to record a phone call in Colorado?

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We’re based in Colorado, and many of our customers are too, so we frequently get asked if it’s legal to record phone calls in the mile high city. The short answer – yes, you can record phone calls in Colorado. Colorado is considered a “one-party” consent state. This means that only one party to a… Read more »

Legality of Recording Phone Calls in New York State

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For New York being a blue state, it was surprising for us to discover the rather relaxed laws around recording calls in New York State. In New York, you can record phone calls without consent from the another party – as long as you’re considered one of the parties in the call. This is known as “one party consent.” So as… Read more »

Call Recording Consent Laws By State

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Before you record a phone call, you may have to announce to the other parties. In the US, 38 states require only one-party to consent. This means that if you’re a party to the call in one of those states, you can record without telling the other parties on the call (except if the other party… Read more »