Camera Privacy: From Hulk Hogan To Kappa Kappa Gamma

Law360, New York (March 29, 2016, 11:50 AM EDT) -- Todd Bonder

Ryan Lapine The security camera had been installed in the chapter room of a Dallas sorority house to protect the young women living there. But after several of the sorority sisters danced in various stages of undress during what was supposed to be a private ritual, that camera was turned against them.

Those are the allegations of a $1 million lawsuit filed against Kappa Kappa Gamma by a sorority member at Southern Methodist University.

Before the Jan. 13 ritual, freshmen and seniors alike surrendered their cellphones, assuming this would prevent the possibility of any images of the ritual being...

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