Byline: Robert Lissit; 1998-01-01; Radio Television Digital News Association;
Tags: hidden cameras
". . .They'e also planning on invading someone's privacy. The station's staff may wind up in court. Even if they don't, they will still jeopardize their credibility, drive away viewers and add to the already dwindling supply of television news credibility. In short, the story is a terrible idea. . ."
Description:Robert Lissit explains when a hidden camera story conflicts with the right of privacy.
Rights: Copyrighted, used with the Radio Television Digital News Association's permission.