No Right To Privacy On Public Street

Some lady last week got real mad that i photographed her car parked outside a building i was scouting, and went on a nutty rant about her privacy being violated and demanded i edit her car out.

I explained that her car is parked on a public street and she has no right to privacy nor do i have to do anything or alter my images. If she has a problem with having her photo taken then move the vehicle. A police officer heard the commotion and asked what was going on. After a short explanation he said there were no issues with what i was doing, but had noted that the woman was illegally parked.

Rekt.




photography, torts, right to privacy, legal