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Expectation of privacy in a public place

abhijitsarkar

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abhijitsarkar Registered since 18th Apr 2010
Mon 27-Aug-12 03:13 PM

Recently, I was in a park practicing my panning skills on cyclists. One of them, while I was shooting, gave me the finger for no apparent reason. Was it because the guy was a jerk or did I actually violate his expectation of privacy in a public place?
Thoughts welcome.

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Abhijit

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