Journal article Open Access
The Right to Privacy was introduced to shield individuals from unduly intrusions of their privacy. Taken at glance value, Street Photography might be construed to constitute such intrusion. However, First Amendment considerations must be read into the Right to Privacy. This article analyzes the tension between the freedom of artistic expression on the one hand and an individual’s Right to Privacy on the other.
Schwarz_Street Photography and The Right to Privacy_cognitio_2020_1-1.pdf