Mass. recording ban unconstitutional

A journalist, or a citizen with a tape recorder, secretly records the conversation or debate involving an elected official or a police officer, in a public place. In Rhode Island, it has been commonplace. But until recently, in Massachusetts it could’ve resulted in a criminal charge. A U.S. District Court judge in December found the…

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