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originally posted by: ThouArtGod
a reply to: Alien Abduct
Are you honestly asking? The answer is no, it isn’t illegal to have a firearm on the wall. Whose room it is in is arbitrary- it’s not the kid’s house, it’s the parents.
If I want a flamethrower on my kids wall, it’s legal- as long as it is properly stowed, who can argue?
originally posted by: Liquesence
a reply to: TheRedneck
No one has the right to take personal photos of a child in their home without express permission. No one.
Screenshots are not personal photography. And they were taken of a public (nonprivate) broadcast.
Even in a publicly-streamed display, the streamer retains ownership of the material streamed.
They retain ownership of their material. Screenshots are not protected.
I have to ask this: are you in favor of people taking screenshots of your home without letting you know
If I am streaming/broadcasting it, they have every right to screenshot it.
Which is a reason I don't let peeps into my place, physically or virtually.
I've always thought it asinine that if I am hired to do an engineering job, the design that I come up with is the property of the entity that hired me, but, if I hire a photographer, the pictures that I paid them to take belong to them
originally posted by: Dutchowl
a reply to: StallionDuck
That principal needs to make a public apology and step down from that position pending dismissal.