NY subway rider hopes to enforce politeness with Twitter, iPhone

New York Daily News
Pete Malachowsky rides the N train in New York City testing the limits of public privacy, taking photos of fellow passengers engaged in any manner of embarrassing moments. “It’s typically not an invasion of privacy if you’re taking pictures of people in public spaces,” said Columbia professor and First Amendment lawyer David Schulz.

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