Bill Text: OR HB3467 | 2013 | Regular Session | Enrolled


Bill Title: Relating to the distribution of photographic records made incident to arrest.

Status: (Passed) 2013-06-06 - Chapter 330, (2013 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2014. [HB3467 Detail]

Download: Oregon-2013-HB3467-Enrolled.html


     77th OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY--2013 Regular Session

                            Enrolled

                         House Bill 3467

Sponsored by Representatives GREENLICK, WILLIAMSON

                     CHAPTER ................

                             AN ACT

Relating to the distribution of photographic records made
  incident to arrest; creating new provisions; and amending ORS
  646.608.

Be It Enacted by the People of the State of Oregon:

  SECTION 1.  { + (1) A person shall comply with subsection (2)
of this section if the person:
  (a) Operates a website that disseminates photographic records
of arrested individuals made by law enforcement agencies pursuant
to ORS 181.511 or otherwise as part of routinely documenting an
arrest; and
  (b) Charges a fee for the removal from the website of a
photograph referred to in paragraph (a) of this subsection and
the name and personal information of the individual associated
with the photograph.
  (2) A person described in subsection (1) of this section shall
remove the photograph and related name and personal information
from all websites owned or controlled by the person without
charging a fee within 30 days of the date of a request to remove
the photograph if the request:
  (a) Is made in writing; and
  (b) Contains written documentation that all charges stemming
from the arrest for which the photograph was made:
  (A) Were resolved through acquittal or otherwise without a
conviction;
  (B) Were reduced to violations; or
  (C) Following conviction, were expunged or set aside pursuant
to court order.
  (3) For purposes of this section, paper or electronic copies of
official court records or law enforcement records constitute
written documentation.
  (4) A person who violates subsection (2) of this section
commits an unlawful practice under ORS 646.608. + }
  SECTION 2. ORS 646.608, as amended by section 6, chapter 52,
Oregon Laws 2012, is amended to read:
  646.608. (1) A person engages in an unlawful practice when in
the course of the person's business, vocation or occupation the
person does any of the following:
  (a) Passes off real estate, goods or services as those of
another.
  (b) Causes likelihood of confusion or of misunderstanding as to
the source, sponsorship, approval, or certification of real
estate, goods or services.

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  (c) Causes likelihood of confusion or of misunderstanding as to
affiliation, connection, or association with, or certification
by, another.
  (d) Uses deceptive representations or designations of
geographic origin in connection with real estate, goods or
services.
  (e) Represents that real estate, goods or services have
sponsorship, approval, characteristics, ingredients, uses,
benefits, quantities or qualities that they do not have or that a
person has a sponsorship, approval, status, qualification,
affiliation, or connection that the person does not have.
  (f) Represents that real estate or goods are original or new if
they are deteriorated, altered, reconditioned, reclaimed, used or
secondhand.
  (g) Represents that real estate, goods or services are of a
particular standard, quality, or grade, or that real estate or
goods are of a particular style or model, if they are of another.
  (h) Disparages the real estate, goods, services, property or
business of a customer or another by false or misleading
representations of fact.
  (i) Advertises real estate, goods or services with intent not
to provide them as advertised, or with intent not to supply
reasonably expectable public demand, unless the advertisement
discloses a limitation of quantity.
  (j) Makes false or misleading representations of fact
concerning the reasons for, existence of, or amounts of price
reductions.
  (k) Makes false or misleading representations concerning credit
availability or the nature of the transaction or obligation
incurred.
  (L) Makes false or misleading representations relating to
commissions or other compensation to be paid in exchange for
permitting real estate, goods or services to be used for model or
demonstration purposes or in exchange for submitting names of
potential customers.
  (m) Performs service on or dismantles any goods or real estate
when not authorized by the owner or apparent owner thereof.
  (n) Solicits potential customers by telephone or door to door
as a seller unless the person provides the information required
under ORS 646.611.
  (o) In a sale, rental or other disposition of real estate,
goods or services, gives or offers to give a rebate or discount
or otherwise pays or offers to pay value to the customer in
consideration of the customer giving to the person the names of
prospective purchasers, lessees, or borrowers, or otherwise
aiding the person in making a sale, lease, or loan to another
person, if earning the rebate, discount or other value is
contingent upon occurrence of an event subsequent to the time the
customer enters into the transaction.
  (p) Makes any false or misleading statement about a prize,
contest or promotion used to publicize a product, business or
service.
  (q) Promises to deliver real estate, goods or services within a
certain period of time with intent not to deliver them as
promised.
  (r) Organizes or induces or attempts to induce membership in a
pyramid club.
  (s) Makes false or misleading representations of fact
concerning the offering price of, or the person's cost for real
estate, goods or services.

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  (t) Concurrent with tender or delivery of any real estate,
goods or services fails to disclose any known material defect or
material nonconformity.
  (u) Engages in any other unfair or deceptive conduct in trade
or commerce.
  (v) Violates any of the provisions relating to auction sales,
auctioneers or auction marts under ORS 698.640, whether in a
commercial or noncommercial situation.
  (w) Manufactures mercury fever thermometers.
  (x) Sells or supplies mercury fever thermometers unless the
thermometer is required by federal law, or is:
  (A) Prescribed by a person licensed under ORS chapter 677; and
  (B) Supplied with instructions on the careful handling of the
thermometer to avoid breakage and on the proper cleanup of
mercury should breakage occur.
  (y) Sells a thermostat that contains mercury unless the
thermostat is labeled in a manner to inform the purchaser that
mercury is present in the thermostat and that the thermostat may
not be disposed of until the mercury is removed, reused, recycled
or otherwise managed to ensure that the mercury does not become
part of the solid waste stream or wastewater. For purposes of
this paragraph, 'thermostat' means a device commonly used to
sense and, through electrical communication with heating, cooling
or ventilation equipment, control room temperature.
  (z) Sells or offers for sale a motor vehicle manufactured after
January 1, 2006, that contains mercury light switches.
  (aa) Violates the provisions of ORS 803.375, 803.385 or 815.410
to 815.430.
  (bb) Violates ORS 646A.070 (1).
  (cc) Violates any requirement of ORS 646A.030 to 646A.040.
  (dd) Violates the provisions of ORS 128.801 to 128.898.
  (ee) Violates ORS 646.883 or 646.885.
  (ff) Violates ORS 646.569.
  (gg) Violates the provisions of ORS 646A.142.
  (hh) Violates ORS 646A.360.
  (ii) Violates ORS 646.553 or 646.557 or any rule adopted
pursuant thereto.
  (jj) Violates ORS 646.563.
  (kk) Violates ORS 759.690 or any rule adopted pursuant thereto.
  (LL) Violates the provisions of ORS 759.705, 759.710 and
759.720 or any rule adopted pursuant thereto.
  (mm) Violates ORS 646A.210 or 646A.214.
  (nn) Violates any provision of ORS 646A.124 to 646A.134.
  (oo) Violates ORS 646A.095.
  (pp) Violates ORS 822.046.
  (qq) Violates ORS 128.001.
  (rr) Violates ORS 646.649 (2) to (4).
  (ss) Violates ORS 646A.090 (2) to (4).
  (tt) Violates ORS 87.686.
  (uu) Violates ORS 646.651.
  (vv) Violates ORS 646A.362.
  (ww) Violates ORS 646A.052 or any rule adopted under ORS
646A.052 or 646A.054.
  (xx) Violates ORS 180.440 (1) or 180.486 (1).
  (yy) Commits the offense of acting as a vehicle dealer without
a certificate under ORS 822.005.
  (zz) Violates ORS 87.007 (2) or (3).
  (aaa) Violates ORS 92.405 (1), (2) or (3).
  (bbb) Engages in an unlawful practice under ORS 646.648.
  (ccc) Violates ORS 646A.365.

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  (ddd) Violates ORS 98.854 or 98.858 or a rule adopted under ORS
98.864.
  (eee) Sells a gift card in violation of ORS 646A.276.
  (fff) Violates ORS 646A.102, 646A.106 or 646A.108.
  (ggg) Violates ORS 646A.430 to 646A.450.
  (hhh) Violates a provision of ORS 744.318 to 744.384, 744.991
and 744.992.
  (iii) Violates a provision of ORS 646A.702 to 646A.720.
  (jjj) Violates ORS 646A.530 30 or more days after a recall
notice, warning or declaration described in ORS 646A.530 is
issued for the children's product, as defined in ORS 646A.525,
that is the subject of the violation.
  (kkk) Violates a provision of ORS 697.612, 697.642, 697.652,
697.662, 697.682, 697.692 or 697.707.
  (LLL) Violates the consumer protection provisions of the
Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, 50 U.S.C. App. 501 et seq., as
in effect on January 1, 2010.
  (mmm) Violates a provision of ORS 646A.480 to 646A.495.
  (nnn) Violates ORS 646A.082.
  (ooo) Violates ORS 646.647.
  (ppp) Violates ORS 646A.115.
  (qqq) Violates a provision of ORS 646A.405.
  (rrr) Violates ORS 646A.092.
  (sss) Violates a provision of ORS 646.644.
  (ttt) Violates a provision of ORS 646A.295.
  (uuu) Violates section 3, chapter 52, Oregon Laws 2012.
   { +  (vvv) Violates section 1 of this 2013 Act. + }
  (2) A representation under subsection (1) of this section or
ORS 646.607 may be any manifestation of any assertion by words or
conduct, including, but not limited to, a failure to disclose a
fact.
  (3) In order to prevail in an action or suit under ORS 646.605
to 646.652, a prosecuting attorney need not prove competition
between the parties or actual confusion or misunderstanding.
  (4) An action or suit may not be brought under subsection
(1)(u) of this section unless the Attorney General has first
established a rule in accordance with the provisions of ORS
chapter 183 declaring the conduct to be unfair or deceptive in
trade or commerce.
  (5) Notwithstanding any other provision of ORS 646.605 to
646.652, if an action or suit is brought under subsection (1)(xx)
of this section by a person other than a prosecuting attorney,
relief is limited to an injunction and the prevailing party may
be awarded reasonable attorney fees.
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Passed by House May 2, 2013

    .............................................................
                             Ramona J. Line, Chief Clerk of House

    .............................................................
                                     Tina Kotek, Speaker of House

Passed by Senate May 29, 2013

    .............................................................
                              Peter Courtney, President of Senate

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Received by Governor:

......M.,............., 2013

Approved:

......M.,............., 2013

    .............................................................
                                         John Kitzhaber, Governor

Filed in Office of Secretary of State:

......M.,............., 2013

    .............................................................
                                   Kate Brown, Secretary of State

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