#1
Is it illegal for someone to take pictures of people without their consent/knowing (in school for example) and post them on facebook?
#2
No
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#3
No.....

They can put them on a big ****ing billboard and they have nothing to say about it...
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#6
nah man your safe, keep taking them.....

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#7
If it's going in a newspaper or in a press release or company website, and you are under 18 they generally get parental consent... not because it's illegal, but because people may press charges
#8
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No.....

They can put them on a big ****ing billboard and they have nothing to say about it...


facebook, no

this, yes. If you're putting someones face in a public place like tv or a billboard you would have to get a consent waver signed. that's why peoples faces are blurred out on tv.

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#9
Okay, because I saw an album on facebook of "hidden camera" shots from around school, and it seemed kind of odd.

I'm pretty sure our school doesn't allow it though, and you could get in trouble if they find it.
#10
Happened to me man, was shocked for a couple of seconds, and then was all like:

Hey this girls taking photos of me without me knowing... Awesome.
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Happened to me man, was shocked for a couple of seconds, and then was all like:

Hey this guy's taking photos of me without me knowing... Awesome.


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#12
No fo course not, Facebook want as many identities and photographs as possible.

All in all Facebook is a theme park attraction for people willing to give away their information for free.

In return you are targeted by marketers and advertising. Your information is sold to companies so it can be put into demographic data for research.

All in all Facebook is compiling the biggest database of the peoples information and identities.

Google, Facebook, Youtube .... These are all in an orgy of data hungry conniptions.
#13
I believe it's fine as long as the photos and videos aren't published or used for commercial purposes.

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No fo course not, Facebook want as many identities and photographs as possible.

All in all Facebook is a theme park attraction for people willing to give away their information for free.

In return you are targeted by marketers and advertising. Your information is sold to companies so it can be put into demographic data for research.

All in all Facebook is compiling the biggest database of the peoples information and identities.

Google, Facebook, Youtube .... These are all in an orgy of data hungry conniptions.

This...
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No fo course not, Facebook want as many identities and photographs as possible.

All in all Facebook is a theme park attraction for people willing to give away their information for free.

In return you are targeted by marketers and advertising. Your information is sold to companies so it can be put into demographic data for research.

All in all Facebook is compiling the biggest database of the peoples information and identities.

Google, Facebook, Youtube .... These are all in an orgy of data hungry conniptions.



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#17
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This...



Furthermore, question the use of 'Beacon' which apparently has been made redundant. In my opinion they have just renamed a new generation of data hunter. It's a program that tracks you through a flurry of websites, both externally and internally.

Also question their regulation of the Facebook 'Status'. A team of people monitor peoples chosen words when updating.

I don't mind being regulated, because I know I am an innocent healthy internet goer, as long as I am not bombarded with advertisements and blatant attempts to sell me stuff or fill in questionnaires.

The internet however is filled with weirdos that have extremist views on subjects.

I'm surprised Youtube allows people to spite others with foul, racist and extremist language.

Moreover, in the world of business; Data = Money
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#19
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#20
Yeah, you can go to prison for that. You'll be put in the nonce wing, for having people in pictures. What a terrible crime.

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