Every day, videos of people screaming, fighting, and behaving badly in public are posted online for millions of people to see. But do the people taking videos of strangers have the right to share these sometimes out-of-context and unbecoming moments?
Criminal defense attorney Vikas Bajaj says no. Hear why in the video above from Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, “Caught on Camera: Have We Lost Our Privacy?” And, ThatDaneshGuy says he helps identify the people behaving badly in videos. Hear what Dr. Phil says he sees as a potential problem when people are identified online in front of, sometimes, millions of strangers.
On Monday’s episode, hear from a woman who posted a video of a woman she claims was attacking her. Plus, Dr. Phil talks to another woman who says she was secretly recorded and the video that was posted mocked her. Check local listings to see where you can watch.

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