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This is a common issue,
if the video tape was made during office hours, and at the workplace, it is the property of the employer an consent would not have to be given, however if you will be making public the video,
a consent should be obtained, or a black out of the employees face should be consdiered,
In terms of using a videotape which is allowed
if done in the workplace, the tape is company property,
but if you will be using the tape for commercials it would be an issue without consent,
If not being used for profit you would not need the consent.
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