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A bill designed to close a loophole in Connecticut’s anti-voyeurism statue has been signed into law.  People were already banned from knowingly filming, photographing or recording a person’s underwear, genitals or buttocks in an area “where such other person has a reasonable expectation of privacy.”  The bill makes it clear the law applies even in a public place.  The measure was cosponsored by New Milford Representative Bill Buckbee and approved unanimously in both chambers.

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