- Sep 2, 2021
- Reaction score
- Colorado Springs
- "Cyber" stuff
Can't expect a right to privacy in a public place lolI hope it wasn't a Tesla employee who told him to not take pictures. Because that's a dumbass thing to say about a car parked in public.
Sometime around 2000-2010 it became common for people to believe that they could tell what you could or couldn't photograph (or video) simply because they owned it (or it was themself). The fact is, you can take photos of things in plain view, in public, including things visible through car windows, without the owner's consent. This includes children. I mean, after all, they are in a public place. It's a First Ammendment right, freedom of the press. You don't have to be an official member of an official news organization to excercise your right to photograph an event or anything at all in public for that matter (like a Cybertruck).
Who are these "don't take my picture" people trying to fool? Are they just ignorant of our freedoms?
I just want to have a chance to be told not to take the pic lol