People seem to have no shame in recording strangers in public and then posting the videos online in hopes of viral fame and likes. But should someone be able to film you in public without consent and post it online? Some say everyone who behaves badly is fair game and sharing their behavior online is about accountability and justice. Others believe recording strangers in public is more about getting attention on social media and that even in public, people should have a semblance of privacy.
In the Dr. Phil Digital Exclusive video above, attorney Mitra Ahouraian and Criminal defense attorney Vikas Bajaj share their thoughts about what responsibility social media companies should have in what’s posted on their websites.
On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, “Caught on Camera: Have We Lost Our Privacy?” Jasmine claims she recorded and posted a video of a restaurant confrontation in order to get justice and force accountability. And, Lilly says she found out she was the subject of a cruel viral video post that someone had secretly filmed of her while riding a train in New York City. Check local listings to see where you can watch.

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