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#10847 by sokha
Thu Jun 04, 2009 10:35 pm
I believe you are quoting Martha Stewart...


we might be using the same words.
but no, it came out from me.
i know Martha....went to her party once in Scottsdale, Arizona here.
but no, i never watch her show or read her stuff.

i do used the philosophy of Mohatma Gandhi which influence many civil liberty leader worldwide.
some names you might recognize are Martin Luther King, Jr., John Lennon, Al Gore, etc.

noticed the folks who practiced Gandhi's technique either get killed or thrown in prison....excep Al Gore, of course.
but then again, we knew what happened with the 2000 election.
Al might as well be DEAD!! :-)

at some point in our life, we need to decide.
give us liberty or give us death.
now, that's the line i got from somebody else. :-)
#79612 by poisoncidr
Sun Apr 17, 2011 2:04 pm
Seems logical to me, although logic does not apply to the law, that if you leave a recording and the person continues with the call, they have agreed to the terms of your system. Once the caller is aware that the call may or may not be recorded, he/she has the option to hang up or complain about your policy.
When I call some place and they give me that recording, I quickly let them know that I am also recording. I used it against my insurance company once and it saved my ass. Once they heard their people on recording, they changed their tune.
:D
#79641 by southsound
Sun Apr 17, 2011 9:45 pm
poisoncidr wrote:Seems logical to me, although logic does not apply to the law, that if you leave a recording and the person continues with the call, they have agreed to the terms of your system. Once the caller is aware that the call may or may not be recorded, he/she has the option to hang up or complain about your policy.
When I call some place and they give me that recording, I quickly let them know that I am also recording. I used it against my insurance company once and it saved my ass. Once they heard their people on recording, they changed their tune.
:D

So I says to myself, "Self, since this is my first post to the forum, why don't I find an obscure thread that has not been commented upon in the past 22 months and post my opinion to that thread?"

Not to discourage a new poster but your choice of first posts eludes logic. That said, welcome to ooma and to the forum. :P
#80346 by flyjfdi
Wed Apr 27, 2011 11:10 am
In as much as call recording can be a sticky situation legally, it would be a nice feature.. but to keep everyone out of jail the "beep" tone that is required would be nice too... that way I don't get sued =)
#142093 by SiggSoft
Thu Jan 25, 2018 11:40 am
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#142180 by Tdiguy
Sat Feb 03, 2018 4:12 am
Before you start recording calls, make sure to check your state's statutes to determine if you have to notify the other party to the call before recording. Otherwise you might run afoul of criminal wiretap laws. Although under federal law only one party has to consent to the recording to avoid problems, some states--Maryland comes to mind (remember the Linda Tripp case)--require both parties consent to the recording.

Google voice notifies the other caller they are being recorded as soon as you initiate recording and it plays that mandatory beep every 15 seconds to remind them.

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