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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

New Yorkers Could Go To Jail For Spying On A Cheating Mate, Hire a Licensed Private Investigator Like Bill Warner.

New Yorkers Could Go To Jail For Spying On A Cheating Mate, Hire a Licensed Private Investigator Like Bill Warner to conduct surveillance of the cheating mate.

New Yorkers who suspect their mates of infidelity may be tempted to use some of the latest technology to find out if he or she is really cheating. Suspicious mates now have an endless array of surveillance equipment that will allow them to spy on the suspected cheaters in an effort to find out the truth.

Do-it-yourself spy equipment is now widely available, reasonably priced, and includes many variations of the following:

• Listening or recording devices to eavesdrop on the cheater’s conversations.
• Hidden cameras in all sizes and shapes, often disguised as common household items, to secretly view what the cheater is doing.
• GPS tracking devices to monitor where the cheater goes, or the location of the cheater’s car.
Keyloggers and other software or gadgets to install on the cheater’s computer to monitor their e-mails, Instant Messages, chats, or other online activities.

What many people don’t realize is that by using certain types of surveillance equipment to spy on a cheating mate, they could be breaking the law. New Yorkers who use devices to listen in on a suspected cheater’s phone conversations or monitor their internet activities, could
end up behind bars.

It’s not illegal to buy such equipment, but there are strict laws regarding the use of surveillance equipment or electronic devices to monitor or intercept someone else’s communications without their knowledge or consent.

The laws apply to both telephone and computer communications and include phone calls, text messages, e-mails, instant messages and chat room logs. In New York, hacking into someone’s computer account or
tapping their phone conversations is a class E felony punishable by up to 4 years in jail. Laws vary from state to state, but other states have similar laws, more..............................

Federal law makes it unlawful to record telephone conversations except in one party consent cases which permit one party consent recording by state law. What that means is a person can record their own telephone conversations without the knowledge or consent of the other party in those states that allow one party consent.

It's important to understand the difference between what has become known as one party consent and two party or all party consent. One party consent simply means that one party to the conversation must have knowledge and give consent to the recording. Two party or all party consent means that every party to the conversation must have knowledge and give consent to the recording.

In all 50 states and through federal law, it's considered illegal to record telephone conversations outside of one party consent. Florida is one the states that require all party consent. The Federal Communications Commission goes further into details on recording telephone conversations and states that the party recording must give verbal notification before the recording and that there must be a beep tone on the line to indicate that the line is being recorded.

Federal law now makes it illegal to record both wireless and cell phone conversations outside of one party consent. You used to be able to go into places like Radio Shack and purchase scanners that would lock onto the frequencies needed to pick up wireless and cell phone conversations. These scanners are now illegal to sell or be in possession of. Hire a Licensed Private Investigator Like Bill Warner who provides surveillance of a Cheating Mate to find out the truth.