Here is a scenario:
You are a juror in a lawsuit where a female employee has sued her company for violation of privacy.
The facts of the case are as follows: this employee works for a company that has a known policy of having cameras in the workplace. This employee works in a large room with several cubicles. However, she has a separate cubicle for her office. The large room with the cubicles has several cameras. The employee is in the habit of working till 5:30 pm (when the office closes) and then after making sure that there is no one in the office she, in her cubicle, changes into her gym clothes and goes to her gym that is close to her office. She is not doing anything wrong as per firm policies. Things get complicated when one of the managers who have access to the videos from the installed cameras in the office not only starts recording the act of the changing clothes, but he also starts sharing the recorded video with other managers. Eventually, the employee comes to know of this, and she sues the company for violation of privacy.
As a juror would you decide in favor of the company or the employee and why?
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