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On April 15, 2013 there was a tragic bombing at the Boston Marathon. Almost instantly pictures and videos of "suspects" started to appear on the web. Was this a good thing? Do you have concerns?
What is "right to privacy" and at what cost?
May 01, 2013 Mark S65

Perhaps we need to better define what our expectations should be for "our right to privacy". I'm sure many lawyers/courts have debated this. Also, is there a difference between collecting "data" (read that as non-pictorial/non-video information) vice pictorial/video and how privacy applies to it? Misinterpretation and context are always a problem. And then we have the issue of "the greater good"? Ethical application and use of technology is an entire field unto itself! Thanks, just thinking "out loud".

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