Yes the person is an employee and did give consent in the same manner as I did.
Now would I be doing it in the behalf of the company? I tried to tell them an did give them proof. But this person is protected and they choose to ignore it and cover it up. I was thinking of turning it over to the Department of Agriculture witch is who governs auto repair facilities.
So if I record him stealing 2k from some old ladie and record it im commiting a crime?
What does Dual consent mean then?
I would not be recording the customer. There usualy not around when he is jamming a screwdriver in her radiator anyways. So I would be more his actions and conversations with me.
So what does one need consent for Audio or Video?
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