Would you be O.K. with media photographers with long-lens camera's detailing your every move in your home-abode?
- FrankLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
No, that would be a violation of my privacy and the law.
When one is outside on public grounds, there is no expectation of privacy. As such, the SCOTUS has ruled time and time again that it is therefore perfectly legal for a photographer to photograph anyone (famous or not) when that person is in an area where privacy is not to be expected (e.g. in public).
When one is in their own home, privacy IS to be expected, and therefore it would be illegal for someone to use a long lens to photograph someone inside their home. And that's why I would not be okay with that.
- keerokLv 72 months ago
Nope. I'm shy. However, if it means I get to be paid a million bucks a day, why not? I'll give them a good show!
- AlanLv 62 months ago
No -- In your home you have an expectation of privacy. Once outside your home, in a public area, no expectation
- micksmixxxLv 72 months ago