yet sousveillance not as bad as surveillance (e.g. no new seeing, just capture).
inventing a philosophy of inverse surveillance: the concept of sousveillance.
equivellance: the shifting equilibrium between sur and sousveillance.
precedents: telephone, one-party recording
supreme court case of photocopier in library... blind students
fair use of your environs.
ownership of space does not provide advantage in perpetrating copyright infringement
humans worth as much as a wall in a gallery.