It's legal, you can Google it if you don't believe me. But is it RIGHT?
- Creepy AF77% (37)72% (42)75% (79)Vote
- Nah it's OK19% (9)21% (12)20% (21)Vote
- See results4% (2)7% (4)5% (6)Vote
Please understand that "public" and "private" are words with opposite meanings. YOU HAVE NO PRIVACY WHILE OUT IN PUBLIC. Thank you.
Most Helpful Guy
Well, if you take a photo of a friend or a building in public, there are gonna be strangers on that photo too. That doesn't bother me. Even though I'm normally very protective of my privacy, I really don't mind being a tiny dot in the background of some tourist's photo. But taking a photo of a specific person is something else. Why the hell would anyone take a photo of a complete stranger? What are they going to do with a photo of me? Put a bounty on me? Photoshop my face on the Mona Lisa? Fap to it?3
Most Helpful Girl
Nope. I don't think it's creepy at all. To assume so is asinine to me because how do I know that some guy snapping photos is going to jerk to them later? He might be an amateur photographer or he might be building a portfolio of some kind. Hell, it might be a social experiment that he set up. The point is... I'm not going to judge someone who is snapping photos of random people.
Children are different though.1