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Unformatted text preview: privacy? Rule Watching or observing a person in a public place is not an intrusion upon one's privacy. Application Georgia courts have held that surveillance of an individual on public thoroughfares, where such surveillance aims to frighten or torment a person, is an unreasonable intrusion upon a person's property. However, in cases holding that public surveillance did not establish a privacy violation, the courts found that the surveillance was reasonable given the light of the situation. Reasonable surveillance is recognized as a common method to obtain evidence to defend a lawsuit. Conclusion The court issued a summary judgment in Paul's favor on this charge....
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2011 for the course GENERAL ST 234 taught by Professor Omaian during the Spring '11 term at Fashion Institute.
- Spring '11