Re: No Shock Here...
I guess commentards who down voted haven't looked at relevant case history.
It gets down to what is a reasonable expectation of privacy.
Walking naked on to a bus in the middle of the day and they trying to sue someone for taking a snap... claiming that they violated your privacy? Sorry that's going to fall flat.
Fighting the charges that you got caught listening to your neighbor's 900mhz analog phone. (Again showing my age), claiming that since they were broadcasting over the open air between the handset and base station that there was no reasonable expectation of privacy? Good luck fighting that one.
It goes back to the SCOTUS case where a guy when in to a public payphone to place a call to his bookie in another state. What he didnt know was that the Feds had set up a wire tap, but failed to get a warrant.
SCOTUS tossed the conviction because the recording was obtained illegally. The suspect had a reasonable expectation of privacy by going in to a phone booth to place a call.
That was in the 60's and there are cases going forward that show how SCOTUS feels about protecting one's privacy.
WAR DRIVING, even done by a corporate giant. Is still illegal.