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... 42 under current constitutional jurisprudence, if video surveillance is otherwise lawful, a warrant is not required before using such technologies. Some cities and localities, however, have banned the use of technologies needed to identify and track an individual.
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... 43 most likely applies to a claim for an invasion of privacy because of a transit agency's use of video surveillance. The reason is that the tort of intrusion upon seclusion is based on a victim's psychological distress caused by the intrusion, not by a public disclosure of information about an individual.
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