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I own 4 of them, tell me again how you know more then me about bars. I have even had people arrested for hanging out in front of my bar before. Please stop posting about stuff you know nothing about.

owning one doesn't mean you know evertyhing about it.

if you can walk into a place which doesn't need an invitation, it's probably a public place.

Correct. Steffek, you reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the premises, and if they refuse, you may call the police and it is an immediate arrest.

Other than that, if you don't explicitly restrict access, it's public access.
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I do not hold an expectation of privacy outside of my home.

For a private individual, arent they legally bound to notify you if they record you though?
    
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post #93 of 182
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Correct. Steffek, you reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the premises, and if they refuse, you may call the police and it is an immediate arrest.

Other than that, if you don't explicitly restrict access, it's public access.

^ this.
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you're one of the people huh, i suppose you wouldnt mind someone following you send with a camera 24 hours a day then, as long as you weren't breaking the law, why not!

Then I would take out my camera phone and record them. As long as they don't do anything illegal with it. Like recording someone through a window.(peeping tom). Or follow me into a restroom. Unfortunately their are some bad apples in this world that would misuse it. But I do have to say, That a Bar or any establishment have their rights as well. And they do have a right to refuse service to that customer that refuse to obey their rules.
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no, they are privately owned public place. google it.

owning =/= knowing.

Do you think this "fan" should not be in any trouble? He was in a public place and there was no one to stop him right? I would love to hear your reasoning for it.

http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/10565810/uc-santa-barbara-gauchos-fan-confronts-hawaii-warriors-coach-gib-arnold
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Gentlemen, it is possible to get your point across without insulting the other person.

Please remember that and keep the thread clean.
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Once Google Glass is approved in prescription lens frames, the ADA will prevent private businesses from banning Glass from their establishments if it is installed in prescription glasses. At that point, businesses will have to decide if privacy or their livelihood matters more to them.

Bear in mind this will also apply to legal proceedings. A judge will not be able to ban Glass from his courtroom or chambers.

While actually filming in these locations may still be illegal, the banning of the device in and of itself will not be legal.
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Once Google Glass is approved in prescription lens frames, the ADA will prevent private businesses from banning Glass from their establishments if it is installed in prescription glasses. At that point, businesses will have to decide if privacy or their livelihood matters more to them.

Bear in mind this will also apply to legal proceedings. A judge will not be able to ban Glass from his courtroom or chambers.

While actually filming in these locations may still be illegal, the banning of the device in and of itself will not be legal.

I think this video sums it up pretty easy. http://youtu.be/NXawGAnkpRg
Edited by Steffek - 3/7/14 at 1:02pm
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Do you think this "fan" should not be in any trouble? He was in a public place and there was no one to stop him right? I would love to hear your reasoning for it.

http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/10565810/uc-santa-barbara-gauchos-fan-confronts-hawaii-warriors-coach-gib-arnold

You are confused bro.
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I own 4 of them, tell me again how you know more then me about bars. I have even had people arrested for hanging out in front of my bar before. Please stop posting about stuff you know nothing about.

pretty sure when they say "public", they are talking about the non-legal interpretation.
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