Court Finds Nude Person Has Privacy Rights

CBS News reports on a court ruling that “a person who is voluntarily nude in the presence of another still has privacy rights against being secretly videotaped.” As discussed in an earlier blog entry, invasion of privacy generally occurs for photographers when taking the photo.

Specifically, you violate someone’s “right of privacy” when that person has a “reasonable expectation of privacy.” For Wisconsin, at least, we now know what that includes.

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