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... 37 defendants "intentionally pried into Plaintiffs' private and personal matters when they filmed Plaintiffs without their knowledge or consent."519 In the absence of judicial precedent, it is difficult to predict whether and under what circumstances a court would rule that a transit agency's use of video surveillance would violate a person's right to privacy at common law. A disclosure by a transit agency of images of an individual likely would have to be intentional.
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... 38 from a light rail platform. The North Carolina Court of Appeals held that there was a rational basis for concluding that the officer was more likely than the jury to identify the defendant correctly as the individual shown in the surveillance footage.533 C
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