Right to Surveillance and Recording

No law or contract can forbid or restrict, as such, the right of a private individual to monitor and/or record any signal (acoustic, electrical, electromagnetic, mechanical, etc.) provided he does not physically trespass in order to do so.

Surveillance includes information gathering through invasion of computing resources, as detailed in § On Information Attacks.

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This is a preliminary draft. Pending changes are in The To-Do List