Seen In A Sydney McDonalds [Pic]

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago Misc

Isn"t this illegal, or against our rights, or just not right, or really unnecessary, or something?
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Female 4,349
wtf, yet another reason never to go there.
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Male 2,552
Yep. Perfectly legal.
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Male 3,578
that could a lot of fun.
how about we all go there an "talk" about robbing the place.
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Male 13,624
Its started happening at my plant
Tyco Connectivity - or electronics
Evertime you have a meeting or staff briefing
its recorded.
Try putting your phone on the table and say its on record, they throw a hissy fit.
Things get a bit more diplomatic, tell you that much
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Male 3,842
I don`t know Australian law, but in the United States, if you are in a public place, you may be recorded at any time without your consent unless you have a reasonable expectation of privacy, like in the bathroom or changing rooms.
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Male 7,929
Are you taking it as your private conversations at the table? I would assume it was only referring to your conversations with employees at the counter.
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Male 1,399
Private Property. I know most people don`t understand the principle.
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Male 802
How could this possibly be illegal?
I just assumed that all fast food restaurants were under surveillance to deter criminal activity, but if it helps assure quality I guess that works too.
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Male 2,635
Yes, THIS is what you should worry about when you go to McDonald`s- not the empty calorie high fat foods.
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Male 2,988
Don`t like it? Don`t go. Or get drive-thru.
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Female 8,044
Link: Seen In A Sydney McDonalds [Pic] [Rate Link] - Isn`t this illegal, or against our rights, or just not right, or really unnecessary, or something?
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