Body-worn POV technology: Moral harm
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Unless explicitly consented to by the subject, the image-taking (and by extension, the video or audio recording) of an individual is a moral intrusion against personal privacy: a moral wrong for which an over-riding claim of justification must be established if the image-taking is to take place without the subject?s explicit consent. Why should this be so? This paper briefly establishes the connection between image-taking and conceptions underpinning personal privacy.
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