RE: Art? Professor surgically implanted a camera in his head
My guess is he will land in jail, or frequently be threatened with it.
Our post office in Texas does not allow pictures to be taken inside. I tried to take a picture of a package I was mailing, and the clerk became quite insistent I stop and put the camera away.
If he tries to go into a government building, I'll bet he will not be granted entry. No filming in government buildings.
If he walks past a government building, he's breaking the law, because you can't take pictures of government buildings.
If he goes to the gym to work out, he'll probably won't be granted entry.
If he walks past police officers, he will be guilty of filming them and of wire tapping law variations that are already being litigated today.
Will a woman want to have sex with him knowing pictures are being taken?
If he walks through old or new full body scanner technology at air ports, it's against the law to take pictures. These scanners will soon be at bus and train terminals. Imaging him telling the people the device plugged into his head with a wire that goes to a bag he is carrying is not a bomb with visual detonator that goes off when he passes his target for assassination.
Imaging him traveling to foreign lands that are already more paranoid than the U.S.? Try walking past an Israeli soldier with an automatic weapon and he knows what you are capable of.
Imagining him going to a men's room and standing in front of a urinal, and he accused of being a perp or beat to a pulp for being a sex deviant who likes to take pictures of other men.
He goes to a park, and behind him are children playing. He's charged with taking pictures of children not related to him.
We are having more and more laws being passed that make taking pictures a crime where we would not expect it to be a crime. Even taking pictures of police or army personnel committing crimes is a crime.
It will be of interest as he makes his study to follow the legalities he's confronted.