RE:Should people be taking your picture?

Well, the paparazzi get away with it because if there's a legal stink, they're backed by the big publications that buy their stuff and can drown the litigants in legal red ink. Most celebrities figure that it's just not worth the hassle. The people who sue you for invasion of privacy might think otherwise, unless you're independently wealthy. Really, really wealthy.

Possibly. But in reality many of us have our picture taken every day by store security cameras, ATM's, traffic cam's, cell phones at the beach..... all in the public view and nothing you can do about it. The sticky point is expectation of privacy in your own house or back yard, This is where the peeping Tom laws come in.

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RE:Should people be taking your picture?

No, if somebody takes a picture from naked people it's voyeurism. It's easy like that.

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RE:Should people be taking your picture?

i have no problems of someone taking my picture. What they do with the pictures might have a different agenda that could be a problem

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RE:Should people be taking your picture?

Taking my picture doesn't worry me; in fact, I would be flattered that anyone would want one.

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I tend to read blogs while laying out at the beach. Hope the angle I hold my phone (usually optimised for reading the screen in bright sunlight) isn't misinterpreted!

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It was a respectable and safe choice you made. If you find your self wanting to take pics take short panning videos so your not focusing on any one general area or possible individuals

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RE:Should people be taking your picture?

I really don't care if people take pictures of me. I'm not embarrassed or ashamed to be seen nude. My friends and family know I'm a nudist and it doesn't bother them. I'm not concerned about others opinion of how I live.

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