February 24, 2016

North Carolina

S.B. 648 was introduced in 2013.

If enacted, the bill would have criminalized “employment fraud,” defined in part as willfully misrepresenting or failing to disclose that the purpose of gaining access to an employer’s facilities included an intent to create or produce image or sound recordings from within the facilities. The bill would also have required that any recordings made be submitted to local law enforcement within 24 hours of their creation.

S.B. 648 was not enacted.

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