Public photos of Madison

Madison Elizabeth Baylis

Public photos of Madison:

Photos/Videos and The Right To Privacy

With nearly everyone having a mobile phone that is capable of taking photos and videos, the lives of everyday people are being recorded more than at any other time in history.
It is inevitable that conflicts will arise where people who do not want their photo taken (or don’t want to be video recorded) will confront you. If you find yourself in this situation (on either side of the conflict) what are your rights? What about someone photographing children or using their published photos?

This entry will not address the moral aspects of such issues – just the law.

It is well-settled precedent that a person has no reasonable expectation of privacy in a public place. If you are standing in view of the public (whether it is on the street downtown, in your…

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