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1 Answer | Asked in Libel & Slander, Internet Law and Civil Rights for Wisconsin on
Q: Is it illegal to take someone’s picture in a workplace without them knowing, and then post it online?

Someone took a picture of my wife without her knowledge and approval, then used it in a Google review for her workplace. Without any sort of context, he called her rude. My wife deals with over-the-road drivers for the duration of her work shift, and this picture and review is now there for anyone... View More

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answered on Aug 14, 2023

In Wisconsin, taking someone's picture in a workplace without their knowledge and then posting it online could potentially infringe upon their privacy rights. However, the legality of such actions can depend on various factors, including the context, the intent, and any applicable workplace... View More

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Q: How do I find out if I'm one of the claimants on Davis versus Facebook?
Adam T. Carralejo
Adam T. Carralejo
answered on Aug 8, 2022

The class action has a website where you can do this, here:

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