by Richard J. Sanders
The problem of voyeurism has grown exponentially in recent years, as advances in technology make it easier both to spy on others and record their private acts. Two Florida statutes address these problems. F.S. §810.14 creates the offense of voyeurism. Section 810.145 creates three offenses: video voyeurism, video voyeurism dissemination, and commercial video voyeurism dissemination. This article addresses §810.14.
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