Phoenix Woman Snapped Pics of Other Women in Bathrooms 'Throughout the Valley,' Cops Say
There are 1 comment on the Phoenix New Times story from Oct 3, 2013, titled Phoenix Woman Snapped Pics of Other Women in Bathrooms 'Throughout the Valley,' Cops Say. In it, Phoenix New Times reports that:
Bad news: Police say a woman secretly videotaped and took pictures of other women inside public restrooms across the Valley.
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#1 Oct 3, 2013
Dispicable. One may use surveillance (cameras, video, sound, etc) on one's own property, but can't take pervert potty-cam photos of guests, roommates or anybody else, even in "common areas." The purpose of the surveillance is to protect persons and property from criminal conduct; not to intrude on one's privacy, be privacy invasive, or 'monitor' the "comings and goings" (ingress and egress) of others. That would be "neighbor spying against neighbor," a form of vigilante-ism --
-- that's where one is under the delusion they are "the government," concocting their own 'rules/laws,' designating themselves judge, jury and executioner to inflict punishments against whom they deem as "offenders," or, "sinners."
If one owns real property, that is rented, you have no right to conduct secret surveillance inside the private residence/area you have rented, as that is an invasion of privacy. Landlords may use surveillance in all common areas, to protect tenants and property, and only that. Nothing more.
Same with business owners. One may not use 'pervert potty-cam styled' cameras under desks, pointed at 'privates' of people; nor in restrooms, or, if a hostel, hotel/motel, inside bedroom areas or bathroom/shower areas (but may install cameras in "common areas," such as stairwells, hallways, elevators, etc.
If in a Subdivision, the Subdivision itself is a legal 'entity,' non-breathing, non-living, of real-property (because lot owners, people, die, but the land and 'common-areas' still exists); and all lot owners have EQUALITY via an "Easement of Ingress and Egress" for use of "common areas", such as roads, parking areas, pool areas, playgrounds, equestrian trails, etc. No person can claim they "own" and therefore have a "right" to claim "ownership" of the Subdivision, therefore no person can monitor the ingress/egress of anybody using common areas, as that is FELONY HARASSMENT.
Further, if you are a homeowner or landowner, you have no right to conduct surveillance of any type, using cameras or anything else, including 'in-person,' ON OR OF someone elses' private property. If you own a lot in a Subdivision, or a private piece of land or home, you may ONLY use Surveillance on your property, and cannot install it in such a way as to 'monitor' anothers' property, as that is FELONY HARASSMENT.
That's what "horning-in to privates" is, and the exact root of the word "horny". Only Peeping Toms do it, and every excuse a Peeping Tom has concocted for it, has been heard a million times over.
Kind Regards, always,
Spokane, WA, USA
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