Tag: Minnesota

Spouses Have Bathroom Privacy Rights

March 11, 2010 | Court Decisions, Legal Perspective

Icon for author Brian Vertz Brian Vertz

A link on How Appealing alerted me to a recent decision of the Minnesota Court of Appeals, finding that a person has a right of privacy from being videotaped while alone in a residential bathroom shared with that person’s spouse. Even married persons can be found guilty of violating privacy laws in that state when they record video of their spouses undressing without their consent. The defendant in the case […]

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