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By Noname / Thursday 19 February 2009 16:24 / United States
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11 & 19, there are numerous "invasion of privacy" decisions that come down in favor of protecting "private" interests when there is a legit expectation of privacy: if your electrician plants a webcam in "the marital bedroom" or bathroom, if someone creepy spies on you in your backyard that's fenced-in vs. on your front porch ... could def make the argument that by forcing this chiquita to post on FML and tell her story to buhzillions of us, not to mention starting a website starring her, etc etc who knows what else ... thief guy invaded her privacy, caused outrageous emotional distress, etc. Absolutely. Plus, what sleazy tort lawyer wouldn't want to represent her babeliness and check out the evidence? ;)

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