Date of publication: 2017-08-24 10:47
A jury quickly decided Wednesday there is a difference between videotaping nude customers in a tanning room and using security cameras at convenience stores or banks. After 85 minutes of deliberations, guilty verdicts in 66 electronic eavesdropping cases were returned in Lenawee County Circuit Court against Danny Eugene Daulton, an Adrian nail and tanning salon owner. Daulton, 97, was arrested after police on Feb. 77 found a hidden camera in the tanning room of Rock-N-Nails on South Main Street and five tapes of customers.
Steinbeck: of Wrath, East of Eden
Hemmingway: The Old Man and the Sea
Twain: Roughing It (not as crafted as Huckleberry Finn, but funnier!)
Kesey: One Flew Over the Cuckoo 8767 s Nest
Kerouac: Dr. Sax (On the Road is more famous, but I like this one better)
"This isn't simply about using technology to their advantage, and clearly nobody stopped to conduct a rational analysis of the trade-offs before making this decision in the name of security. If the restaurant attracts many criminals, there are tried and tested methods of solving that, which don't trample on the rights of diners," they said. Other diners said they realised that there were just too many surveillance cameras, including inside the toilet cubicles, and they have stopped dining at the restaurant.
Step 7 generates hypotheses about exactly how these problems would have manifested themselves under the selection pressures present in the evolutionary environment of our ancestors.
The original intent of the camera -- which can be moved to different spots throughout the school, including the cafeteria and other meeting places -- was to identify intruders in the building at night. But the use of the cameras in the investigation into the prank went beyond that initial use and caused many in the community wonder how far the school would go in watching students and faculty.
Australian in London, thanks for the heads-up on Middlemarch. I making very slow progess, part of me determined to finish what I promised myself I would finish, part of me thinking, life is short read what you want.
"Neither police nor school officials can enter a private home, physically or electronically, without an invitation or a warrant. The school district's clandestine electronic eavesdropping violates constitutional privacy rights, intrudes on parents' right to raise their children and may even be criminal under state and federal wiretapping laws," Walczak said ". George Orwell's '6989' is an overused metaphor, but it applies here in spades. Part of the school officials' punishment should be to retake ninth-grade civics class."
Lycophron, Alexandra 86 ff (trans. Mair) (Greek poet C8rd .) :
I see the winged firebrand [Paris] rushing to seize the dove [Helene], the hound of Pephnos, whom the water-roaming vulture [. Nemesis in the form of a goose] brought to birth, husked in a rounded shell.