Video recording/posting online
If myself and another person got into a verbal argument in the middle of a shopping mall and I video recorded it, is it legal to post the video on Facebook (for example) without the other person's consent?
Asked 9 months ago in White's lake, Nova Scotia
Categories: Internet Human Rights Defamation, Libel, Slander
I know Canada has a "one party consent" rule, and I know that there is no reasonable expectation of privacy in a shopping mall, but that is just in terms of making the video recording, itself. I am trying to find out if the act of posting the video online falls under the same law, more specifically, since I consented to the video being recorded, can I legally post it online without the consent of the other person in the video.
Posted 9 months ago
Using pictures/videos taken on public property (shopping mall in this case) are legal to use unless they were taken in a place where there was a reasonable expectation of privacy.
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Posted 8 months ago
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