Summary of statute(s): Delaware’s wiretapping and surveillance laws require at least one party’s consent to record both in-person conversations and electronic communications. However, there is some conflict in the laws. A state privacy law makes it illegal to intercept private conversations without the consent of all parties. Del. Code Ann. tit. 11, § 1335(a)(4). The wiretapping law is much more recent, though, and at least one federal court has held that, even under the privacy law, an individual can record his own conversations. United States v.