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Tasmania Recording Laws

Tasmania Recording Laws

Tasmania Recording Laws Tasmania’s Listening Devices Act 1991 states that it is illegal to use a listening device (e.g. voice recorder) to record or listen to a private conversation regardless of whether or not you’re taking part in the conversation,...
South Australia Recording Laws

South Australia Recording Laws

South Australia Recording Laws In South Australia, it is illegal to use any listening device to record or listen to a private conversation regardless of whether or not you are a party to the conversation without the express or implied consent of all the parties to the...
Northern Territory Recording Laws

Northern Territory Recording Laws

Northern Territory Recording Laws In Australia’s Northern Territory, it is against the law to record a private conversation when you are not a party to the conversation and without the express or implied consent of all parties to the conversation. This is according to...
Queensland Recording Laws

Queensland Recording Laws

Queensland Recording Laws In Queensland, It is against the law to record a private conversation in which you are not a participant. The law allows any person who is involved in a private conversation to record the conversation without seeking consent from other...
Western Australia Recording Laws

Western Australia Recording Laws

Western Australia Recording Laws According to Section 5 of Western Australia’s Surveillance Devices Act 1999, Western Australia is considered an All Party Consent State, this means it is against the law to use, install or maintain a listening device to record or...