“No expectation of privacy in public.” How often have we hard that phrase? But does that mean it’s really okay to tweet everything you hear a feuding couple say to each other?
David Pell writes:
… [Andy] Boyle was at a Burger King when a young married couple at a nearby table had an argument. The fight was loud enough for Boyle and other patrons to overhear. The fighting couple was certainly aware of that. They chose to argue in public. They, in effect, gave up their right to privacy among those at the restaurant. But should they have assumed their fight would be broadcast on Twitter and eventually featured on ABC News?
Read more on Forbes and then ask yourself, “If I agree this is a problem, what’s the solution?”