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Might sound odd, but it's right.When you're in a cubicle in a pulbic loo, you have an expectation of privacy, i.e., you don't expect someone to just barge right into the cubicle without checking if anyone's in there first, right? Apply this to yourself just sitting in a pulbic loo doing your business. That's what you'd expect, I hope.Logically speaking, the theoretical person barging into the cubicle without checking if anyone's in there does not know what's going on in the cubicle, so the expectation of privacy can't logically depend on what the person / people inside the cubicle are doing. If it exists for the person sitting there with a newspaper and using the cubicle for its intended purpose, it also logically applies to the two people in the cubicle going at it, no?

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