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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    rules must be different in Tas.

    They're only just thinking about making it illegal here in SA to publish (by uploading) pictures that show bullying - without the consent of the bullied one. So publishing all the other pictures are just fine.

    It would be polite to get all the other people's permission, and news broadcasters tend to blur out childrens faces unless they have written permisson from the parents. But they don't ask permission before they film then broadcast a shot of the mall full of people, children and dogs.
    I can certainly see the bullying one, as that has been used to post shots by the bulliers themselves! Nasty.

    I think the thing about smearing faces is usually if there is an issue around the person concerned, or they are specifically not to be ID'd. General crowd scenes do not count.

    Actually it's interesting. Many towns have run photo comps, where they want shots of the town and such. The result will be for commercial gain, both by the winner and probably the Council. In theory you would have to get a release from everybody in a crowd scene! Maybe reason just steps in.

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    Anyway now I know it's OK I will dig out a few shots.....both of my dog and others...

    People are welcome to them. For me they are just photos. I have some that I watermark, but usually I don;t want to spoil the shot for the majority just for the off chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldNick View Post
    I find that hard to believe. Are you having a dig? Are you talking law, or some sort of convention that I have not heard of? If it is any sort of law, I have seen it broken so many times I could not count. I can post pictures of people (including children, although I might get accosted by parents for taking them) in public places (or even visible from a public place) as long as I don't use them for commercial purposes.

    Sorry to leap a bit, but this one came right out of the blue for me.
    I'm not having a dig, I just know that I would not want my dogs published in a website because someone else took photos of them. If someone did, yes I would take action to have them removed.

    You have to be careful in this day and age. I was pretty sure that with photos of people, children, pets etc you had to have permission from the person or owner... you can TAKE the photos no problem, but sharing them is the issue.

    As I said, I would love to see photos of your dogs, I just find it inappropriate to post photos of other peoples dogs without their knowledge.

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    hmmm...ok. I have to say I disagree with your thoughts and I am not sure if I like the way it was put that I HAD to, even though this is just your personal wish. I would not give a toss if somebody posted a shot of my dog, as long as it was not derogatory or showing the dog in pain or discomfort. However I will simply stay out of posting shots, in case there are others like you. I am sorry about that, but I now feel quite uncomfortable.

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    That you HAD to what?

    I never said you are forbidden to post photos, I was just stating that I know I would be very angry of someone posted photos of my dog on a website.

    You are free to do whatever you want, I was just letting you know that if someone did come across this site, and saw their dog on here I would not blame them for contacting you.

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    Also be mindful that you can only put up pictures of your own dog unless you have permission from the other dogs owner
    It did read a little bit imperative. Usually forum rules say you must be the one that took the photo unless you have the photographer's (written) permission to post... but don't say much about the content so long as it isn't offensive or illegal.

    You can always ask to have a photo taken down... My dog's photos get posted a lot by other people (who took the photos) and they don't post photos of me, if they did - I'd ask for them to be taken down if I thought I could be recognised from them.

    Although being recognised from photographs of me - I've sent photos to internet friends so they'd know who I was for a face to face meeting and they still haven't recognised me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Love View Post
    That you HAD to what?

    I never said you are forbidden to post photos, I was just stating that I know I would be very angry of someone posted photos of my dog on a website.

    You are free to do whatever you want, I was just letting you know that if someone did come across this site, and saw their dog on here I would not blame them for contacting you.

    which makes me very uncomfortable

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    Well if it makes you uncomfortable then don't do it? You can still post photos of your own dog.
    I'm sure not every photo you have is with someone elses dog is it?

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    I will unsubscribe You make me uncomfortable
    Last edited by oldNick; 03-17-2011 at 11:48 PM.

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    I have had useful info from this forum. So I have a real reason to be nice.......................I need it.right now. So I remain still.

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