Being a mediocre programmer does not = being a decent lawyer, yet a lot of y’all suddenly become professors at constitutional law every time these data scrapes happen. So to set the record straight, no, putting anything in the public space does NOT open it up to be claimed, owned, and exploitated by just anybody. Pls stop w ur weird sex offender logic. If you get a call from your MD in a Starbucks that does not mean n.e one there can publish the medical info of a private citizen.-
If you’re actually interested in privacy rights(which if ur saying shit like "she shoulda known better when she opened herself up to the public 👅 " you’re probably not.) here are some interesting and relevant cases being heard and also coming up:
Carpenter v. United States
United States v. Microsoft
CareFirst v. Attias
In re Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
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