The Two Faces of EavesdroppingBy Ed FinkelJune 2015Article, Page 20The new Illinois eavesdropping law makes it easier to record police in public settings - but it also gives police more power to eavesdrop on citizens' conversations.
What next for eavesdropping law in Illinois?By Janan HannaMay 2014LawPulse, Page 214The Illinois Supreme Court struck down the law that criminalized recording of conversations without all parties' consent. What will replace it, and when?
No civil claims for parental eavesdroppingFebruary 2014Illinois Law Update, Page 68The Criminal Code has been amended to preclude civil remedies or causes of action against parents, grandparents, or other guardians for eavesdropping on a minor's electronic communications by accessing...The Criminal Code has been amended to preclude civil remedies or causes of action against parents, grandparents, or other guardians for eavesdropping on a minor's electronic communications by accessing the minor's account if done during the guardian's exercise of supervision while the minor is in their "care, custody, or control."
A First Amendment right to audiorecord police?By Helen W. GunnarssonOctober 2010LawPulse, Page 502The ACLU says so, arguing that the Illinois Eavesdropping Act's prohibition is unconstitutional.
Does freedom of speech include the freedom to record?
Spying Spouses and Their High-Tech ToolsBy Alison G. TuroffJuly 2008Article, Page 348Divorcing spouses who try to gain the upper hand by catching the other party in the act may violate federal and state eavesdropping and privacy statutes.
Electronic surveillance regulations updatedMarch 2002Illinois Law Update, Page 120On November 21, 2001, the Department of State Police (department) adopted several amendments to section 1295 of the Illinois Administrative Code. 20 Ill Adm Code 1295.