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Politico Reporter Questions Legality Of Posting Footage Of Pelosi At Salon Due To CA Being ‘Two-Party Consent’ State
By: Michael Cantrell, Flag and Cross, September 2, 2020:
Not long after security footage was reported on by various media outlets showing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi violating coronavirus lockdown rules to visit a hair salon, a reporter for Politico put on her shiny white armor and attempted to ride to her rescue, questioning whether or not posting that footage was legal due to California being a “two-party consent” state.
Here’s more on this from The Daily Wire:
“Have to ask upon seeing this: Is it legal in CA – a “two party consent” state – to videotape someone in a private home or business without their consent?” Marinucci asked while linking to a Fox News report about Pelosi’s salon visit.
Attorneys quickly pointed out that it is legal to post security camera footage.
Had Marinucci been correct, it would have meant California businesses wouldn’t be allow to even install security cameras without posting some sort of statement suggesting that by entering the store, customers consent to be taped.
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