Hotel privacy is not something most of us give a lot of thought to. We expect privacy in the hotel rooms we pay for, but not, perhaps, in the corridors, public spaces and elevators. “Hotel guests do not have the same right to privacy that they do in their home or even their car,” says Professor Stephen Barth, an attorney and professor at Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management at the University of Houston.

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