Yes. Oregon is a "one party" state which means that only one party of the conversation needs to consent to the recording.
This means that you, or somebody who has given priorconsent, needs to be in the conversation (recording a conversation between neighbors when none of them know would be illegal).
However, all parties must be informed of the recording. So, if you always record your calls, you can simply answer the phone with something like, "Hello, this call is being recorded. Go ahead."
Find an attorney if you're trying to record a conversation across state lines, as some states have other laws about that.
Basically, you need to be in the conversation, tell the other person you're recording, and then it's good.
Applicable Laws under Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS):
Â§165.535 Definitions applicable to obtaining contents of communications
Â§165.540 Obtaining contents of communications
Â§165.543 Interception of communications
is it legal to record a conversation on the phone in california? is it legal to record a conversation on the phone in california?
no because you have to warn them before you record
It is only legal to record a phone call if you have the approval of the person you want to record.
Yes, as long as the conversation is between you and another person, it is legal to record phone conversations. It becomes illegal when you plant a device on someone else's phone to record their private conversations.
It is only legal to record a phone conversation in Canada when one party is aware of what is going on and knows they are being taped. Otherwise, only law officials have the right to record a phone conversation in Canada if criminal activity is suspected. Here is a link for more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telephone_recording_laws
Yes, only one person has to know that it is being recorded.
Illinois is one of the states that requires that ALL parties to the conversation must be aware and acknowledge their permission in order to do it.
It depends on the situation and it depends on the jurisdiction. I will answer as a PI in Georgia. It is legal in Georgia to record a conversation if you are a party to the conversation. So the phone call could be recorded if the PI or the PI's client (or another consenting party of the conversation) gives their permission. It is illegal for anyone (PI or not) to record a convesation if they are not a party in that conversation.
Not if you are a party to that conversation.
In most states as long as one party of the conversation, which could be the one doing the recording, has knowledge that they are being recorded, recording a phone conversation is legal.
No. In Florida, you must have two-party consent to record a phone or any other kind of conversation. Such tapes won't be admitted into court as evidence because they are illegally obtained.
It is illegal to record any conversation, be it land-line, cell phone or in person without the person's consent. Recording without their permission is a punishable crime. http://www.telephonecallrecorder.com/legality_of_phone_call_recording.php
No! Editting something and taking it to court is illegal in any state!
No, it is not permissable to record a phone conversation without warning the other party that it is being recorded. Furthermore, it might not prove to be admissable in a criminal trial anyway.
Not as long as you are a party to that conversation.
as long as its your phone you can
They MUST warn you but, IF YOU MAKE NO OBJECTION, they may legally record the conversation. However, that does not mean that the warned party MUST continue the conversation. You can explicitly state that you do NOT give your consent to be recorded, or you may may choose to hang up.
if your using it for evidence or something i cant see why not. you cant tap their phone, only your own i know that much.
Kris Allen broke this world record while arguing on the phone with wife Katy Allen.
You are able to record conversations on your cell phone easily and discreetly. You can visit http://www.recordcellphones.com/ for tips and software on capturing cell phone conversations.
yes it is illegal to record any phone call unless the police taps your phone. why would you want to record a phone call anyways? if you feel like your endangered call the cops and they can tap your phone for you.