hanz_franzell Posted August 5, 2013 Share Posted August 5, 2013 <p>Every country deals with this question differently in terms of the law <a href="http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Country_specific_consent_requirements">http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Country_specific_consent_requirements</a><br>However - is it ethical to take photos of people in public places without their consent? For example - you are a man taking pictures of women at the beach without their consent or knowledge? </p><p>I see some pictures posted here and there everywhere on the web, and do wonder if the photographer that took those photographs has a moral compass. How would they like it if a photographer took photos of their daughter or wife without their consent? </p><p>How does a site like this deal with photos like this that could be viewed as unethical even if legal?<br>What do you think?</p> Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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