Up until now, the Supreme Court of the United States has said that they don’t. But that may all change with the new conservative court. That is why I ask that now.
I have to tell you all, I was racking my brain trying to find a cite for this. Famous figures don’t have the same expectation of privacy, according to the SCOTUS to-date. I wasn’t sure how to parse it though. I just remembered the legal phrase ‘absence of malice’. But the only that connected me to was the 1981 film. So if anyone can find a cite, please post it.
But anyways, public figures and (the same) expectations of privacy. Do they have have it? Should they?
Thank you in advance for your kindly replies .