Problem solved — or is it?

Former Gov. Pat Quinn signed into law on Dec. 30 a new Illinois eavesdropping law that took effect the same day. The law followed a window of time from March 20 of last year through Dec. 30 in which the state of Illinois was without a law prohibiting eavesdropping. This law makes eavesdropping a crime in Illinois, but it contains ambiguous language. On March 20 of last year, the Illinois …

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