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It's no loss for privacy when elevator videos bust the badly behaved
It's no loss for privacy when elevator videos bust the badly behaved

The next time you're tempted to viciously kick a puppy in an elevator, or knock your fiancee unconscious, or beat up your sister’s husband, you might want to rethink your expectations of privacy. There is no “private” anymore, especially not in elevators. And that is a hell of a good thing, because elevators seem to lull people with violent impulses into thinking they are alone. In February, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was charged with assault after he was caught on a video camera dragging his unconscious fiancee out of an elevator at an Atlantic City casino. (That video was taken by a camera stationed outside the elevator, so we didn’t get a...

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