Hili Perlson writes:
A Supreme Court ruling in favor of photographer Arne Svenson brings troubling news for privacy advocates (already distraught by Edward Snowden’s Smashed Laptop Displayed at the V&A).
When his show “The Neighbors” opened at Julie Saul Gallery in 2013, it was met with outrage, followed by legal action.
Svenson had been taking pictures of New York residents inside their lower Manhattan apartments with a telephoto lens, thus confirming one of the biggest fears New Yorkers have concerning their privacy.
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