MC 3080 Chapter : L Privacy Oct 7

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Invasion of privacy looks often like libel, and in some cases the rules are the same, but it"s actually based in an entirely different part of the law. The differences: not about reputation, as libel is, hence why you can hardly invade the privacy of a corp, corporations are hardly like people when it comes to privacy, not based in constitutional law. In 1890, is when privacy laws began: arise because of movement from rural to urban society, sensational journalism, public figure, private citizen, or public official not so important here. Appropriation pictures and endorsements, like copyright law. Public disclosure of private/embarrassing facts our typical interpretation of invasion. False light looks *a lot* like libel, it looks so much like it; that supco says the rules for proving someone guilty are following the same rules of libel. Intrusion upon seclusion intrusion on my seclusion; trespassing; can"t climb a tree to take a pic.

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