John Bredehoft ponders Striking the balance between freedom and privacy, and the other Empoprise rule
With almost everyone having a cell phone that can record video and audio, we need to work through the issue of balancing privacy right to *not* be recorded and the freedom to record things of interest.
As a society, we haven’t come to terms with that issue.
John has a suggestion:
So let me present my Empoprises Rule Regarding Recording Freedom and Privacy:
I am allowed to record anything that I want.
No one, however, is allowed to record me unless I say that it’s OK.
I think he is serious, but there is also a distinct possibility he may be joking. In any event, I think there may be a few little implementation issues if he ever is around another person who has also adopted his rule.