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  1. THUNDERBOLTinmypocket's Avatar
    The programs dont work because its not legal to record conversations between both parties at the same time. You would have to let the other person know you are recording the call. Ive herd of some apps that do that, but none of those were found reliable.
    I see this misinformation often. THIS IS SIMPLY NOT TRUE.

    Depending on what country - and in the case of the United States, what State you are in - no notification is required as long as one party (the person doing the recording) is aware.

    A quick internet search of phone call recording laws (+where you live) will net you the proper, authoratative legal information to inform you of how to proceed.
    05-09-2012 09:09 AM
  2. THUNDERBOLTinmypocket's Avatar
    How is trying a program out on your phone reinventing the wheel?
    If someone else has already tried it out and can make informed recomendations, doing so yourself would be - by definition - reinventing the wheel.
    05-09-2012 09:15 AM
  3. tohio's Avatar
    I see this misinformation often. THIS IS SIMPLY NOT TRUE.

    Depending on what country - and in the case of the United States, what State you are in - no notification is required as long as one party (the person doing the recording) is aware.

    A quick internet search of phone call recording laws (+where you live) will net you the proper, authoratative legal information to inform you of how to proceed.
    Here's a site where you can check the recording laws in your State: State-by-state guide | Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press
    05-09-2012 09:27 AM
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