It saddens me greatly to see the way people are reporting on the case of Rabbi Tully Bryks at Bar Ilan University. Responsible news agencies have made it clear in their reporting that the cameras were installed in the dorm's hallway. Others, unfortunately are sensationalizing the story by conveniently dropping the word "hallways", leading the reader to believe that Rabbi Bryks installed cameras in dorm rooms. Bryks defends his actions by saying that he had installed the cameras because of complaints lodged against maintenance staff working in the dormitory. Whether or not you agree with his reasoning---even if you believe he was lying---it is unfair and irresponsible to perpetrate a lie of omission by implying that the cameras were installed in dorm rooms. The cameras were in the public hallway. Tell it like it is!
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