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Letter: Not a privacy invasion

Not a privacy invasion

I read in the news where a young, enterprising college student, Jack Sweeney, whose hobby has been tracking celebrity aircraft using publicly available FAA flight logs.

Sweeney supposedly has an online page dedicated to posting the name, time, and distance of the flight, along with CO2 emissions. He also posts fuel usage and cost of fuel.

Again, this information is totally public. That is why FAA numbers are clearly marked on the tail-sections of civilian and commercial aircraft.

A few celebrities had bees in their bonnets, including, Elon Musk, Taylor Swift, Bill Gates, Kim Kardashian, Al Gore and former Presidents Donald Trump.

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Taylor Swift性视界传媒檚 attorneys got so ruffled that they issued a 性视界传媒渃ease and desist性视界传媒 letter to Sweeney. Although I like Taylor, she is 100% wrong in this instance.

With such public information, she cannot plead any type of privacy invasion. It is comparable to license plates on automobiles. In this day and age of traffic cameras and toll road cameras, there isn性视界传媒檛 as much privacy as there used to be.

In many ways, technology opens a window on the world that some people (especially celebrities) want hidden.

性视界传媒 James A. Marples, Longview