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November 29, 2012 5:14 PM

Proposed recording rules would only benefit scofflaws

Recently the Town Council of Surfside Beach proposed an ordinance that would prohibit town employees from recording employment related conversations, and would provide for immediate termination of those who do. So much for transparency of government, even as South Carolina law explicitly allows these conversations to be recorded as long as one party to the conversation consents, some members of council spin this proposed ordinance as a means to prevent lawsuits.

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