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| p.1 #1 · license plate photos? |
I've never posted in this forum before—I'm usually in People, Weddings, or Wildlife (if horses count as wildlife!).
I'm in a little bit of a sticky situation. I posted on Facebook a cellphone pic of my neighbor blocking my truck in so I couldn't get out. She was being snarky and aggressive, and I'm up to my ears in her crap, so instead of getting high blood pressure about it, I posted it on FB for a laugh. The ensuing comments were indeed funny, if juvenile. I can post screenshots if needed. The picture does indeed show her license plate. I just needed to let off some steam, and I didn't mention her name or where we live. I didn't say anything about her. The caption read "This is how my neighbor parked last night. She's awesome."
She texted me today to let me know that someone had shown her the picture, and she demanded I remove it because it was an "invasion of her privacy."
I do live in a rental property. I live on an 80-acre parcel in a triplex. My horse lives right outside my front door; I post photos of him all the time and my landlord thinks they're great. She enjoys seeing pictures of her horses, as well.
Am I under any legal obligation to either: 1. blur out her license plate number, or 2. if my landlord asks that I not take photos on her property, cease to take photos of my horse?
I've tried looking this stuff up online, but I'm getting a bunch of hearsay, I think.
I'm sorry for the seemingly petty drama and the wall of text, but I want to know if anyone has advice about whether I'm allowed, as a RENTER, to take photos of someone else's truck, who happens to live on the same rental property. I don't want things to escalate to where I can't take photos of my own dang horse.
I really appreciate your thoughts.