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Re: Animals' 'Right to Privacy' Denied by Wildlife Documentary Makers

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avatar Animals' 'Right to Privacy' Denied by Wildlife Documentary Makers
April 29, 2010 03:12PM
Dr Brett Mills from the University of East Anglia argues that while wildlife programmes can play a vital role in engaging citizens in environmental debates, in order to 'do good' they must inevitably deny many species the right to privacy.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/04/100429092934.htm
avatar Re: Animals' 'Right to Privacy' Denied by Wildlife Documentary Makers
April 29, 2010 07:13PM
An animal that has no sense of self identity doesn't have a sense of privacy. A wild animal fleeing when a human come near is not seeking privacy, it doesn't want to be eaten by that human. I think this guy is anthropomorphizing just a bit too much.
avatar Re: Animals' 'Right to Privacy' Denied by Wildlife Documentary Makers
April 29, 2010 09:28PM
It does seem a wee bit silly. In my mind I keep thinking of this person as Dr. Whack-a-doodle.
avatar Re: Animals' 'Right to Privacy' Denied by Wildlife Documentary Makers
April 30, 2010 08:58PM
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It does seem a wee bit silly. In my mind I keep thinking of this person as Dr. Whack-a-doodle.

You give him that much credit? He reminds me of one of those people that wants to put pants on animals.
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