At what point does video taping of a injured worker become violation of rights? And how can you determine from a video: weight, rotational motion of joints,amount of expressed pain, or limitaions in bending, sitting, and such? I know for a fact that the oppinions of proffesionals vary, having personal experience and still fighting the system on this. However the last four years we have seen an incredible amount of Work Comp. insurances relying heavily upon video taping. Isn't it possible that videos can be altered? That the "facts" can be misleading? Look at all the magazines, T.V. shows, newspapers, adds, tell me that medical evidence gives us less than what we see. Are not the eyes deceived? And what of taping a person through a window in their own home? Where did our rights to privacy go? "Tell me your thoughts as you gaze at me in the stars."