When using Cogi, you must comply with all applicable call recording laws, which vary from state to state. In most states, only one person (i.e., you) is required to know that a call is being recorded.
There are 12 states that require that ALL parties to a conversation consent to being recorded: California; Connecticut; Florida; Illinois; Maryland; Massachusetts; Michigan; Montana; Nevada; New Hampshire; Pennsylvania; and Washington. When conducting an inter-State call, you must be aware of the recording laws governing all States involved.
Federal law requires only one person's consent to record a call, however since State laws take precedence over Federal laws, it is better to err on the side of caution. International law varies by nation.
Cogi recommends following call recording laws when using Cogi to record in-person conversations. Obtaining consent from all parties involved before sharing a conversation with others is also recommended.
The best way to protect yourself while recording phone calls or in-person conversations is to secure consent from ALL parties to a conversation, particularly when calling out-of-state.
*Call recording information provided by Cogi cannot be considered legal advice by any means. Cogi does not guarantee that this information is up to date as laws may change periodically.