Animals’ right to privacy needs to be taken more seriously by wildlife documentary makers, suggests Brett Mills at the University of East Anglia. (according to a BBC report)
Have you ever heard such twaddle in your entire life?
An academic pothead in the university’s film and television department, Dr Mills says “we see it as unethical and wrong to secretly film people – we say it’s not allowed.” But when it comes to animals being recorded in documentaries, such questions are never raised, he says.
I say it’s unethical and wrong to listen to your stoopidity.
This, of course, probably follows a 5 year research course on the Norfolk Broads studying man’s impact on the local indigenous species. What have you been doing for 5 years Brett….smoking pot? I guess next week you’ll be saying that all the hyenas in the Masai Mara are a little depressed because they don’t laugh as much as they used to.