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#1 ManBearPig98

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Posted 05 February 2018 - 09:22 PM

Up until this afternoon, I was the president of our local golf course board.  I was a very lame duck president.  Here is my question:

Last week a member of the board, not an officer, put up some recording devices in our clubhouse.  I wasn't informed, nor was the only employee informed.  These devices had the ability to transmit audio along with video.  This board member then proceeded to listen/maybe record a conversation between the superintendent and a private individual in the clubhouse.  The board member then told/showed the audio to another board member.  They confronted the super.  I was told after the fact. Here is the law in ND:

http://www.legis.nd....dest=12p1-15-02

I'm not going to pursue legal penalties, even if what was done was illegal, but I want to know if any lawyers can tell me if this activity was illegal.

Chris


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