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Subdivisions Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jul-08-10 03:25 PM
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7. What about the whole being out in public exception to the expectation of privacy? n/t
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  -You can be arrested for invading the police's right of privacy if you videotape... TreasonousBastard  Jul-08-10 03:14 PM   #0 
  - Now, that's bad law.  MineralMan   Jul-08-10 03:15 PM   #1 
  - They can pass laws anytime. How far up the legal chain has  jtuck004   Jul-08-10 03:18 PM   #2 
  - All this is answered in the show, whenever the audio is available...  TreasonousBastard   Jul-08-10 03:23 PM   #5 
     - They are probably afraid to post it, might be an illegal wiretap...  jtuck004   Jul-08-10 04:07 PM   #18 
  - Yep, one step more toward a police state, some laugh at me, but if the  RKP5637   Jul-08-10 03:19 PM   #3 
  - It HAPPENED ALREADY: NYC, 2003, March Agasinst War. Closed-off sidewalks/streets; riot-gear; etc.  WinkyDink   Jul-09-10 06:00 AM   #23 
  - Have we fallen behind the iron curtain? This is so wrong in a democracy.  The Wielding Truth   Jul-08-10 03:23 PM   #4 
  - The iron curtain was probably something our top leaders drooled over  Hydra   Jul-08-10 03:35 PM   #11 
  - But the police tape you at every stop now. It's routine.  KonaKane   Jul-08-10 03:25 PM   #6 
  - Yup, they record US without our consent. But hey, that's ok! n/t  Subdivisions   Jul-08-10 03:27 PM   #8 
     - Fuck em then. Tape away, I say. They cannot put everyone in jail.  KonaKane   Jul-08-10 03:35 PM   #12 
  - What about the whole being out in public exception to the expectation of privacy? n/t  Subdivisions   Jul-08-10 03:25 PM   #7 
  - so then is it a violation of your privacy when those cameras they have mounted on their car  ejpoeta   Jul-08-10 03:28 PM   #9 
  - So, if my CCTV camera records a cop doing bad things, I can be arrested?  Bozita   Jul-08-10 03:34 PM   #10 
  - If it's a BP security camera, does the BP CEO get arrested?  Bozita   Jul-08-10 03:39 PM   #15 
  - who says they have a right to privacy?  guitar man   Jul-08-10 03:36 PM   #13 
  - are they allowed to tape us?  spanone   Jul-08-10 03:37 PM   #14 
  - Absolute unconstitutional bullshit.  Hissyspit   Jul-08-10 03:45 PM   #16 
  - Guess which corporate isshules get to decide about that?  Octafish   Jul-09-10 08:16 AM   #27 
     - Amazing, isn't it?  Hissyspit   Jul-10-10 03:44 AM   #28 
  - k&r! nt  wildbilln864   Jul-08-10 03:55 PM   #17 
  - They can tape you, but you can't tape them. . That's fucked up!  B Calm   Jul-08-10 04:15 PM   #19 
  - Of course if their SWAT team has shitty informants or gets the address wrong and kicks in your door.  JoeyT   Jul-09-10 04:34 AM   #20 
  - You people make me laugh.  ceveritt   Jul-09-10 05:17 AM   #21 
  - WOW. So no taping evidence of police brutality, or wrong "no-knock" break-ins. Great!  WinkyDink   Jul-09-10 05:59 AM   #22 
  - I looked for an example of how this plays out, found this  KurtNYC   Jul-09-10 06:16 AM   #24 
  - I don't see how this is constitutional.  sendero   Jul-09-10 06:39 AM   #25 
  - What to Do When Police Tell You to Stop Taking Photos, Video  Ian David   Jul-09-10 07:01 AM   #26 
 

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