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Do Police Officers Have a Privacy Right Not to Be Recorded?

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  1. Good point in this and subsequent post. Chief Justice Marshall’s reasoning was sound; I will write my state rep and press to have the law amended. Though it doesn’t help that the ACLU of Massachusetts, which had filed an amicus curiae in the case, does not list any proposed legislative reform relevant to this case on its action page.

  2. sally andres says:

    Legislative offices should not have everyone in one office along with people waiting to speak with caseworkers to discuss privacy conerns. They have no cubicles and not offices. 3 Desks and waiting chairs all in one room. Isn’t that a violation of privacy for constituents?

  3. sally andres says:

    Legislative offices should not have everyone in one office along with people waiting to speak with caseworkers to discuss privacy conerns. They have no cubicles and not offices. 3 Desks and waiting chairs all in one room. Isn’t that a violation of privacy for constituents?

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