Sources: Florida State Senate, AP
quote: As shown by the aggregation of imagery due to the Boston Marathon event, right now you have virtually zero privacy once you are in a "public" area. This extends into most businesses too since most businesses have surveillance cameras within their buildings (and NOT just "public" areas in those businesses).
quote: Also most states have laws on the books that restrict what you can do in front of windows in your home, e.g., you can't stand nude or perform sexual acts in clear view through a window that can be seen from a public area. Therefore, to some extent actions within your home are already regulated from a surveillance standpoint
quote: Hell, back in the 60s, in my younger and more paranoid days, with the knowledge I had what was possible in surveillance and such, I decided that I was going to build an underground house and the only thing above ground was going to be the garage. (It was not only for surveillance reasons but also for thermodynamic reasons.) Luckily I got over my paranoia and decided it was OK for me to try to live in the real world. My current house sits on a hillside with a very wide (about 150 degree) view of the valley/city below. Want to see what I'm doing? Get your binoculars and take a look. Feel free
quote: Are you crazy?