More privacy restrictions or fair decision?

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mike703
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Re: Families have no right of expectation in public
In reply to Richard, 5 months ago

Richard wrote:

mike703 wrote:..'

If you disagree, please let us know why the right of someone carrying a camera to follow kids around and repeatedly photograph them - despite being explicitly asked to stop by the parents - and then to publish the photos in a national newspaper, with their names included - is so essential to the fabric of society that it trumps the right of a family just to go for a walk without being harassed.

Because the rights of the photographer as a citizen should be upheld. It is the parents responsibility and if they don't want children photograph, don't put them in pubic places.

That is possibly the stupidest comment I have ever seen in any discussion on DPR.

(edit: I assume you meant 'public'?)

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