Is Starbucks crossing a line with both employees and customers?
If so can you explain? I'm trying to write an article about it and really feel that I could use the opinions of everyone,since the news only gives so much infromation.
In what manner?
I know I heard recently that a father sued Starbucks because his daughter found a camera facing towards the toilet in the bathroom. There were also a few similar cases. I think that crosses a huge line, especially since the daughter was a minor. Invasion of privacy.
I'm not a Starbucks fan but you would have to get more specific about what you are referring to as "crossing the line".
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