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Right to use your voice? State of CA

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  • Pattymd
    You recorded the message as part of your job, whether you "objected" to it or not. Unless your voice is copyrighted, or there was a contract prohibiting it, the employer is free to use that recording as they wish.

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  • Enya
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    Right to use your voice? State of CA

    Not sure if this is the right section for this question.
    While I was employed at my last place of business, my voice was used for the phone recording (with objections by me). I have since been laid off. Do they have a right to use my voice while I am no longer employed there?
    Again, odd question, if it's in the wrong area, please let me know.
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