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ST. PAUL, Minn. — The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled the state’s interference with privacy statute doesn’t apply to the conduct of a defendant who recorded a woman while she was naked in bed without her consent. The statute applies to individuals who record “through the window or any other aperture of a house or place of dwelling of another,” and does not extend to recordings of someone taken while in the same room as that person.