Legal Issues When Recording Metaverse, Live Video and Podcast Conversations

Can you legally monitor (listen in) or record someone else during Metaverse, live video or podcast interaction? I share my thoughts, and tips, in the above 2 minute video.

My advice for my fellow digital nomads is to get the express permission of your guest and others in your conversations. Sure, you can argue that it was implied that you had permission to record the private or public interview or conversation but written permission (text, email or Docusign) is the best way to document consent, especially in a two-party state.

After watching this video, see if you know the answer to the following question: “You are in California and you interview a guest located in New York on your podcast, live video or Metaverse show. Do the laws of a one-party or two-party state apply?”


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Author: Mitch Jackson

I'm a California trial lawyer trying to fix the world one client, cause, and digital interaction at a time.

One thought on “Legal Issues When Recording Metaverse, Live Video and Podcast Conversations”

  1. Excellent information. Especially for those of us regularly doing video and podcasts. Easy to forget what we need to do!

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