I always have a reasonable expectation of privacy.
If our laws were intended to be applicable solely based on their letter, then today’s digital technology would replace judges; crimes would be entered into computers and sentences would be printed out onto laser inkjet trays. A computer generated verdict may read: Innocent because hidden camera took pictures in a public subway.
The spirit of the law gives its applicability and adaptation life force; it is the human judge we entrust to rule in favor of REASON. Using a hidden camera to film up a woman’s skirt is wrong. Any law safeguarding this act requires updating.
Any sentencing post-conviction granting broad immunities from legislated penalties requires a revision of the penalties, or a review of the case. In he face of overwhelming public backlash or outcry, the law has failed.
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