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that's cool, but if someone happens to be at a bar drunk, you replaying it in"your memory"is irrelevant, you uploading it onto YouTube,etc, where everyone in the world can see, including co workers, your boss,etc is a different story imo

Then don't drink in a public place if you don't want your private life to be known.

There are laws specifically to protect people from this sort of thing. If a bar decided to ban a device from being used in their establishment, it is the owners RIGHT to do so. If you invited a man into your house, and he decided to start smoking, you have the right to ask him to put it out or leave. Sure, it isn't illegal to smoke inside of a private establishment, but the owner can decide that it is unwelcome if he chooses.

9/10, would drink at this bar
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Then don't drink in a public place if you don't want your private life to be known.

are you for real?

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so... your in a bar (fyi im old enough to be able to drink in them so have experience) and its quite a large bar / pub, your saying everyone in that bar has a right to hear your conversation even if its between two closed people sat at a table.. not only that but broadcast to the entire world

your literally insane if you think that’s ok kookoo.gif
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that's cool, but if someone happens to be at a bar drunk, you replaying it in"your memory"is irrelevant, you uploading it onto YouTube,etc, where everyone in the world can see, including co workers, your boss,etc is a different story imo

Then don't drink in a public place if you don't want your private life to be known.

A bar isn't a public place, even shopping malls that sometimes look like streets with a glass ceiling aren't public places.

Public places are streets and beaches and the like.

Also, while the shopping mall has security cameras, there are strict provisions on what can be done with those and who can access them and penalties for the staff that infringes on the rules. Just because both the governments and private companies sometimes have people in them that don't comply with the law and do the exact opposite, doesn't mean that the law is wrong.
 
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A bar isn't a public place, even shopping malls that sometimes look like streets with a glass ceiling aren't public places.

Public places are streets and beaches and the like.

Also, while the shopping mall has security cameras, there are strict provisions on what can be done with those and who can access them and penalties for the staff that infringes on the rules. Just because both the governments and private companies sometimes have people in them that don't comply with the law and do the exact opposite, doesn't mean that the law is wrong.

I think there's different interpretations of public. "public place" as in legally if its public or private, and "public place" as in how private are your conversations and actions. A mall based on the second interpretation is not public (at least in the main areas of the mall)
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A bar isn't a public place, even shopping malls that sometimes look like streets with a glass ceiling aren't public places.

Public places are streets and beaches and the like.

Also, while the shopping mall has security cameras, there are strict provisions on what can be done with those and who can access them and penalties for the staff that infringes on the rules. Just because both the governments and private companies sometimes have people in them that don't comply with the law and do the exact opposite, doesn't mean that the law is wrong.

I think there's different interpretations of public. "public place" as in legally if its public or private, and "public place" as in how private are your conversations and actions. A mall based on the second interpretation is not public private (at least in the main areas of the mall)

I think that is what you mean (small edit in the quote above).

Yes, true, but still, there is an innate right to a sphere of privacy, even in public places. For example, it's not acceptable for you and a friend to be walking on the street, talking to each other, and someone deliberately walking 30cm behind you two with a microphone and a camera pointed at your faces.
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well t least if you see a google glass wearer you will be more aware of whats possible unlike someone wearing something you have no idea could be recording.
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I don't see a problem at all. It's a private esatblishment and if the owner doesn't want google glasses in there then so be it.
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Yes, true, but still, there is an innate right to a sphere of privacy, even in public places. For example, it's not acceptable for you and a friend to be walking on the street, talking to each other, and someone deliberately walking 30cm behind you two with a microphone and a camera pointed at your faces.

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POV anyone? rolleyes.gif
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I think that is what you mean (small edit in the quote above).

Yes, true, but still, there is an innate right to a sphere of privacy, even in public places. For example, it's not acceptable for you and a friend to be walking on the street, talking to each other, and someone deliberately walking 30cm behind you two with a microphone and a camera pointed at your faces.

I think this is semi relevant to the topic http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/05/us/massachusetts-upskirt-photography/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

Might not be appropriate though...
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