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Hereforthehogs 10-21-2019 12:09 PM

Is this guy any of you on here? (Trail cam pic) (Croom)
 
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This pic was on my trail cam for 10/21 in Croom WMA. Is this any of you? If so, thanks for not stealing my cam

vapahunter 10-21-2019 02:29 PM

Why are you posting some ones picture without their permission? He is doing nothing wrong as you admit. How would you like your picture posted on variouswebsite?

Hereforthehogs 10-22-2019 12:53 AM


Originally Posted by vapahunter (Post 4363088)
Why are you posting some ones picture without their permission? He is doing nothing wrong as you admit. How would you like your picture posted on variouswebsite?

Relax. Just looking to see if he was on here to swap some scouting knowledge with. Not sure why you had to try and turn that into a negative.

vapahunter 10-22-2019 10:06 AM


Originally Posted by Hereforthehogs (Post 4363124)


Relax. Just looking to see if he was on here to swap some scouting knowledge with. Not sure why you had to try and turn that into a negative.

No I will not relax. You should not be posting other people's picture without their permission or another legal reason. It is a negative. Want to find out who he is go to your stand and find him. If it had been me then you would have seen what upset really was.

Bocajnala 10-22-2019 10:36 AM

If you're walking on public land, you run the risk of having your photo taken.

You don't own the photo.

-Jake

vapahunter 10-22-2019 01:57 PM

I do own my image on the photo if it is of me.

Bocajnala 10-22-2019 05:00 PM

No. You don't.

Although I have a feeling that's why allot of cameras get stolen. Somebody realizes their picture was taken and feel some sort of way about it so they swipe the camera.

-Jake

vapahunter 10-23-2019 06:55 AM


Originally Posted by Bocajnala (Post 4363175)
No. You don't.

Although I have a feeling that's why allot of cameras get stolen. Somebody realizes their picture was taken and feel some sort of way about it so they swipe the camera.

-Jake

You would lose in court on that statement. Agree on why they are stolen.

mrbb 10-23-2019 08:38 AM

your image is not your's if taken in a public place, sad but true, and its why them TV shows cops and like can film you, and or why all department stores and such can video you!
But HOW They use that image , can have legal sides to what all they can or cannot do with it!
but a trail cam pic on public land, OR private lands , odds are its the camera's owners pic, and will again, come down to what the image is being used for ,a s to what all can be done with it!

I agree many cam's get stolen due to folks knowing they got there pic taken, and most times IMO< its also they were trespassing and that increases the odds of them stealing it, as they don;t want to be known to have trespassed!

adding to reasons they steal them!

some I think just take them on spite as well,as poor manors and no respect for others property!

Bocajnala 10-23-2019 08:45 AM

I was going to type a response. With some case law cited, etc. But decided it's not worth the time. In short: you have no expectation of privacy on public land. It's not your photo. He's free to post it to his pages. He could even sell it under certain guidelines.

That's just how public areas work.
​​​​​​It would be different if it was in your home or somewhere where you had an expectation of privacy (a bathroom a dressing room a hotel room etc)
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Funny thing about facts- they don't care how we feel about them.
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-Jake


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