Appeal the wrongful conviction and secure our rights to privacy!

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Let's fight to set right the decision made ref: https://www.bailiwickexpress.com/jsy/news/law-clarified-after-neighbours-nudity-incident-reaches-court/?t=i#.WdyyQMvTXqB

Protect our rights to privacy!

Please also note https://books.google.je/books?id=kw3P0FZi9UsC&pg=PA394&lpg=PA394&dq=voyeurs+invasion+of+privacy+uk+law&source=bl&ots=K_RdLbMtjT&sig=SK2LV3i6N902PWWZW5yJqLeKFLU&hl=en&sa=X&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=voyeurs%20invasion%20of%20privacy%20uk%20law&f=false

Commonwealth law protects us from voyeurism, surely!

However, this case has basically given people the right to look through people's windows. If they find something they like they will not be at risk of voyeuristic related prosecution if they don't view for more than 45 minutes. If they find something don't, they are at liberty take 45 minutes viewing to decide. In both instances, they are at liberty to make a photographic record! There is nothing yet to suggest that the voyeur is limited to a photographic record, so possibly up to 45 minutes video is legitimate!



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