Under Louisiana and federal law, if you monitor communications to which you are neither a party nor in possession of authorization from at least one party to the communication to monitor the communication, you would likely be in violation of the state wiretap statutes, federal wiretap statutes, and various federal statutes concerning interception of any email or texts. Also, the laws do vary widely state to state, and a significant number of states require that both parties to a phone call consent to any monitoring. Even if one party consents, but the other party is in a state that requires two party consent, the other state may try to assert jurisdction and have you arrested or sued.
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