Aclu right to video

QUESTION: There are conflicting opinions about the ACLU'S opinion on being able to video ANYTHING from or on your own private property. They assert that anyone has a RIGHT to video ANYTHING, from or in the privacy of there own private property. IF ONE OR MORE PEOPLE ARE ENGAGED IN A PERFECTLY LEGAL ACTIVITY, OR ACTIVITIES, WOULD IT BE LOGICAL TO ASSUME THAT IT WOULD BE O. K. TO VIDEO THE ACTIVITY OR ACTIVITIES, ON OR IN YOUR OWN PRIVATE PROPERTY AS LONG AS THE PEOPLE BEING VIDEOED ARE AWARE OF IT ? HOME MOVIE, NOT INTENDED FOR ANY COMMERCIAL USE OR PUBLIC CONSUMPTION.


Asked over 7 years ago in California
Categories: Municipal Law

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