- Oct 4, 2006
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Just one of those things I've always wondered about, say you were caught shoplifting from a department store, after one of their employees reviews a camera placed in the store.... Only caveat is is the camera was concealed, and/or in a place where cameras are not allowed (restroom, fitting room, etc). There was no notice of cameras being used in the area, and a reasonable person expects there to be no cameras in the private rooms. Who wins, and why? Is the thief charged for shoplifting, the store for 'spying' (or whatever you call it), or both? What if you were an employee who was not aware there were cameras is use? Thanks!