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Supreme Court Rules on Extent of Criminal Voyeurism Law

The Supreme Court ruled this week that students have a reasonable expectation of privacy from being filmed by their teacher, even when the school has 24 hour video surveillance. The ruling lays out various factors to consider when determining if someone has a reasonable expectation of privacy, and affirms that privacy is not an all-or-nothing concept.

Read the ruling here.

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