There isn't anything wrong with reporting it.@Bena wrote:
What's really the difference between reporting an assault, reporting a drunk driver, and reporting too many people at a gathering? All three are equally illegal and all three are endangering (presumed) innocent lives!
If you are referring to reporting offences as 'mad power trips', then I have to totally disagree. The laws are usually made for valid reasons and put in place by the people we elect to do our bidding. If the laws reflect our best interests, why would you not want them enforced?
Nah. It's not necessarily spying if you just happen to notice (in an unavoidable way) that your neighbor has some giant party. It just depends. . . I know you'd report your neighbor if he was a child molester, right? So, reporting a neighbor isn't wrong either. It often just depends for me. I wouldn't report them if they littered and threw a soda can on the ground. My neighbor's kid did that. I might report them for COVID depending on the situation.@Shop-et-al wrote:
Reporting on neighbors and other people is gestapo-like, and that voyeuristic practice should have died when Hitler passed on to wherever overbearing murderous nutcases go.