Law: Privacy

In Kentucky until last week, even a goldfish theoretically had some right of privacy. After what happened in the Common Pleas Branch of the 30th District Circuit Court in Louisville last week and unless the Kentucky Court of Appeals reverses the decision, though a goldfish may still have that right, a teacher in a tax-supported school or college lacks it.

Two years ago, an American Legionary calling socially on a friend in a Louisville bank, saw on his desk a canceled check from the State Bank of the U.S.S.R. payable to Dr. Ellis Freeman, professor of psychology at the University of...

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