This post was written by Mark Melodia, John Hines, and Frederick Lah.

We wanted to follow up on a previous post we wrote about whether there is such a thing as "public privacy" — the concept that people should be entitled to at least some expectation that their actions, even if done in public, will not be widely publicized on a site like YouTube. We continue to see cases develop in this area, particularly in the law enforcement context.

In the following client alert, we take a closer look at this notion of "public privacy."