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As cell-phone cameras and handheld video recorders proliferate, the line at which public video recording becomes an invasion of privacy is still murky in the eyes of the law.

Until now, schools have had to wrestle with that question mostly as it has applied to students recording other students, or their teacher. But a case...

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