No. No matter where you live in America it is legal to record a conversation you have with anybody, at anytime. People believe it is "illegal" because it cannot be used in courts unless the party being recorded agree's to it beforehand. Why? Even though it is legal, you are still infringing on the rights of others, even though it is legal to do so at the moment. * No. Georgia has a one-party consent law. This means that at least one party needs to be aware that the conversation is being recorded. Twelve US states have laws that do not allow the recording of telephone calls under any circumstances.
In order to be lawful, BOTH parties to the conversation must be informed and aware that they are being recorded.
If you calling from the states... no.
Florida. It is about 1000 miles west northwest of Puerto Rico. Georgia is the the next closest state.
The air distance from Atlanta, Georgia, to San Juan, Puerto Rico, is 1,544 miles. That equals 2,484 kilometers or 1,341 nautical miles.
its 100 miles
It is 1,550 miles from Atlanta, Georgia to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
no there are not safe from hurricanes
One thousand five hundred sixty-six (1,566) is the air mileage from Atlanta, Georgia, to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. That equals 2,520 kilometers or 1,361 nautical miles.
About 1,547 miles.
Yes. Some companies like AT&T and Sprint put Puerto Rico like a domestic call if you calling from the states or vise versa.
True, they were discriminated against.