The bill states that, with certain exceptions, a person has a private civil right of action against another person if:
- With malicious intent, the other person intrudes, physically or otherwise, upon the person through the use of any device to capture, without the person's consent, a photograph, sound recording, or other physical impression or digital image of the person;
- The person has a reasonable expectation of privacy at the time of the intrusion;
- The intrusion is unreasonably offensive or objectionable; and
- The person suffers emotional distress as a result of the intrusion.
The bill makes legislative findings and declarations.