Ark. Code § 5-60-120: Intercepting or recording any wire, oral, or
cellular or cordless phone conversations is a misdemeanor, unless the
person recording is a party to the conversation, or one of the parties to
the conversation has given prior consent. Arkansas law also criminalizes
the "interception" of a message transmitted by telegraph or telephone in
its "public utility" laws. Ark. Code § 23-17-107.
State law makes it a felony to use any camera or "image recording
device" to secretly view or videotape a person in any place "where that
person is in a private area out of public view, has a reasonable
expectation of privacy, and has not consented to the observation." Ark.
Code § 5-16-101.