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2013-06-25 01:24:09 PM

PsyLord: I'm under the impression that those consumer level 'drones' can't really produce enough lift to carry much, right?  I mean a GoPro cam is pretty light, but carrying anything over a few lbs would basically prevent it from flying, right?


They're just RC toys, you could maybe load 1.5-2lbs on most of the "consumer level" ones at best, so... not much. They do make commercial ones that are bigger, hold more fuel (enough for a couple hours of airtime), and can support multiple cameras including some with gyro stabilization and mounts that can be aimed... they also make variants for ones that need to stay stable in gusty/variable winds. Those commercial ones are neat, but the race crew guy said his was about 40k, so more than your average joe was gonna spend.
 
2013-06-25 01:24:31 PM

servlet: MNguy: Fine.  It's legal.  Don't take pictures of my family though.

And what if I do? The law will be on my side in any instance, save for where you have an expectation of privacy. Those situations are clearly defined by the law, which I know very well and abide by completely.


Thanks pedo, for informing me of the law.
 
2013-06-25 01:25:03 PM

MNguy: ronaprhys: MNguy: Sin_City_Superhero: Taking pictures of people in public is legal, in most instances. Deal with it.

Fine.  It's legal.  Don't take pictures of my family though.

If they're in public, I can take pictures.  Deal with it.

Ha, sure.  Let me take pictures of your kid.  Also, your wife has a wide stance.


Man you are creepy. Yikes
 
2013-06-25 01:25:13 PM

servlet: MNguy: Fine.  It's legal.  Don't take pictures of my family though.

And what if I do? The law will be on my side in any instance, save for where you have an expectation of privacy. Those situations are clearly defined by the law, which I know very well and abide by completely.


If you find something like that hovering around your property, do you have the right to bring it down (i.e. shoot it down with an airsoft gun)?  Just curious cause I'm still trying to get my law degree from Fark U.
 
2013-06-25 01:28:10 PM

MNguy: ronaprhys: MNguy: Sin_City_Superhero: Taking pictures of people in public is legal, in most instances. Deal with it.

Fine.  It's legal.  Don't take pictures of my family though.

If they're in public, I can take pictures.  Deal with it.

Ha, sure.  Let me take pictures of your kid.  Also, your wife has a wide stance.


I don't have any kids, so I'm not sure that matters.  And, if we're in public, you take pictures.  I've no expectation of privacy in public.

Also, speaking of pedo behavior, sounds like you've got that base covered for me.
 
2013-06-25 01:29:08 PM
Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom:

Man you are creepy. Yikes

I'm sorry your wife is an exhibitionist.
 
2013-06-25 01:30:41 PM
You guys need more fiber in your diet.
 
2013-06-25 01:30:56 PM

ronaprhys: MNguy: ronaprhys: MNguy: Sin_City_Superhero: Taking pictures of people in public is legal, in most instances. Deal with it.

Fine.  It's legal.  Don't take pictures of my family though.

If they're in public, I can take pictures.  Deal with it.

Ha, sure.  Let me take pictures of your kid.  Also, your wife has a wide stance.

I don't have any kids, so I'm not sure that matters.  And, if we're in public, you take pictures.  I've no expectation of privacy in public.

Also, speaking of pedo behavior, sounds like you've got that base covered for me.


Sorry that your mind goes there immediately.  farking creep
 
2013-06-25 01:31:10 PM
Flab:  #4, #6, and #8 need sammiches.  Stat, in the case of #4.

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Scuttlebutt:  No, don't return.  Stay on the interruption.

If you insist.

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2013-06-25 01:34:12 PM

MNguy: Potentilly you do,


No, I really don't. You're allowed to be there, and you're allowed to see whatever I put there.

MNguy: In my backyard? Yes, avert your eyes and don't send a camera above me to take pictures.


That's already illegal for me to do. I can't peek over your fence (though I can look at and take pictures of the fence itself), and I can't send cameras over your fence. What more do you want? Extra super-duper illegal?
 
2013-06-25 01:35:10 PM

MNguy: I'm sorry if you don't have any family or friends that you would be pissed about clandestine photos.  But some of us do have them and would care to not have that happening.  Even if they are in public.  You farking creeps.


If you do nothing that I consider photo worthy in public, I won't take a pic..

do you think all those people with their pics up at peopleofwalmart.com want them to be there?

and you've never looked at a photo where you think the person in the pic wouldn't have wanted it taken?

what kind of creep are YOU?

/nothing to hide
//no reason to worry
//sound familiar?
 
2013-06-25 01:36:07 PM

PsyLord: servlet: MNguy: Fine.  It's legal.  Don't take pictures of my family though.

And what if I do? The law will be on my side in any instance, save for where you have an expectation of privacy. Those situations are clearly defined by the law, which I know very well and abide by completely.

If you find something like that hovering around your property, do you have the right to bring it down (i.e. shoot it down with an airsoft gun)?  Just curious cause I'm still trying to get my law degree from Fark U.


Oh I have no idea about that. My knowledge of photography law comes from being a photographer. I think it's prudent to know the laws as they relate to my trade. If I was going to take an assignment that involved flying a camera like that, I'd do the appropriate research before taking on the job, although that's a bit outside my usual work.
 
2013-06-25 01:37:32 PM

MNguy: Sorry that your mind goes there immediately. farking creep


Dude, you brought it up, not him. The first person to go to the pedo and upskirt discussion was you.

I will say you're at least consistent in your anti-logic. You're allowed to do whatever you want in public while remaining private, and you're allowed to talk about whatever you want in a Fark thread while other people are creepy for talking about it.
 
2013-06-25 01:37:37 PM

MNguy: servlet: MNguy: Fine.  It's legal.  Don't take pictures of my family though.

And what if I do? The law will be on my side in any instance, save for where you have an expectation of privacy. Those situations are clearly defined by the law, which I know very well and abide by completely.

Thanks pedo, for informing me of the law.


You're going to accuse me of being a pedophile simply because I know the law? That's a stretch.
 
2013-06-25 01:38:40 PM

MNguy: Sin_City_Superhero: Taking pictures of people in public is legal, in most instances. Deal with it.

Fine.  It's legal.  Don't take pictures of my family though.


If your family is out in public, and someone wants a picture of them, they can take the picture, and you can cry about it on the internet. How's that sound?
 
2013-06-25 01:39:57 PM
apparently it's really tough to not take pictures of people who don't want them taken.

sorry, i misunderstood
 
2013-06-25 01:42:06 PM

Noticeably F.A.T.: MNguy: Sorry that your mind goes there immediately. farking creep

Dude, you brought it up, not him. The first person to go to the pedo and upskirt discussion was you.

I will say you're at least consistent in your anti-logic. You're allowed to do whatever you want in public while remaining private, and you're allowed to talk about whatever you want in a Fark thread while other people are creepy for talking about it.


Welp, have fun taking pictures of anyone (including underage girls) because you can.
 
2013-06-25 01:43:31 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: MNguy: Sin_City_Superhero: Taking pictures of people in public is legal, in most instances. Deal with it.

Fine.  It's legal.  Don't take pictures of my family though.

If your family is out in public, and someone wants a picture of them, they can take the picture, and you can cry about it on the internet. How's that sound?


It sounds like a pedophile or potential rapist justifying their means.
 
2013-06-25 01:46:02 PM

Noticeably F.A.T.: MNguy: Sorry that your mind goes there immediately. farking creep

Dude, you brought it up, not him. The first person to go to the pedo and upskirt discussion was you.

I will say you're at least consistent in your anti-logic. You're allowed to do whatever you want in public while remaining private, and you're allowed to talk about whatever you want in a Fark thread while other people are creepy for talking about it.


I just noticed him trolling in another thread.  He did a pretty good job here, so he's got that going for his pathetic existence.  Now that he's been positively identified, I think we can all safely ignore him.
 
2013-06-25 01:46:45 PM

MNguy: Sin_City_Superhero: MNguy: Sin_City_Superhero: Taking pictures of people in public is legal, in most instances. Deal with it.

Fine.  It's legal.  Don't take pictures of my family though.

If your family is out in public, and someone wants a picture of them, they can take the picture, and you can cry about it on the internet. How's that sound?

It sounds like a pedophile or potential rapist justifying their means.


Would you please stop calling everybody who disagrees with you a pedo/rapist? It makes you sound like an infant.
 
2013-06-25 01:48:57 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: MNguy: Sin_City_Superhero: MNguy: Sin_City_Superhero: Taking pictures of people in public is legal, in most instances. Deal with it.

Fine.  It's legal.  Don't take pictures of my family though.

If your family is out in public, and someone wants a picture of them, they can take the picture, and you can cry about it on the internet. How's that sound?

It sounds like a pedophile or potential rapist justifying their means.

Would you please stop calling everybody who disagrees with you a pedo/rapist? It makes you sound like an infant.


Tell me who wants to take pictures of people without their acknowledgement? Because I can't think of any who aren't farking creepers.
 
2013-06-25 01:50:09 PM
Repetitive attack ad hominem does not make a clever troll. It just makes a boring one.
 
2013-06-25 01:53:50 PM

DirkTheDaring: Repetitive attack ad hominem does not make a clever troll. It just makes a boring one.


This is why I ignored him quite some time ago. You can only take so much repetitive idiocy.
 
2013-06-25 01:54:15 PM

MNguy: Welp, have fun taking pictures of anyone (including underage girls) because you can.


I will. You enjoy your life imagining that everyone else has the same perverted motivations you do.
 
2013-06-25 01:56:08 PM

Noticeably F.A.T.: MNguy: Welp, have fun taking pictures of anyone (including underage girls) because you can.

I will. You enjoy your life imagining that everyone else has the same perverted motivations you do.


You have to take the law to its logical conclusion.  I'd rather have privacy than a camera equipped helicopter, but hey.
 
2013-06-25 02:01:18 PM
MNguy, stop freaking out. Unless there's a lot more footage they left out of their super sensationalized story, the fact that she was within the camera's field of view was completely incidental and it was very brief. As someone else said, with the super wide angle lens on a GoPro you'd have to get about 10ft away to have better than a human shaped blob of pixels, regardless of recording 1080p.

This is purely a case of a tv reporter hyping up NOTHING because the producer gave them x number of blocks of y length time they have to fill that day and they didn't have real news that matters. I worked in broadcast TV for 11 years and I saw this kind of crap every day. I shudder to think what they would have done with this in sweeps.
 
2013-06-25 02:02:26 PM

MNguy: I'd rather have privacy than a camera equipped helicopter, but hey.


I'd rather have my picture randomly on the internet than have my first amendment rights restricted.
 
2013-06-25 02:04:32 PM

MNguy: You have to take the law to its logical conclusion.


Which is what everyone but you did. You 'tarded past that logical conclusion at a dead sprint.
 
2013-06-25 02:04:33 PM

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#3, Whar nipples? Whar??!?!? It's like they are 180 degrees out. Maybe you could use them like handgrips when motorboating.
 
2013-06-25 02:05:11 PM
I think we can all agree that this could have been much worse.  It could have been a manned drone.


Also, I can't tell if local news is a parody of the onion or if the onion is a parody of the local news anymore.
 
2013-06-25 02:07:41 PM

MNguy: Tell me who wants to take pictures of people without their acknowledgement?


I use my camera for taking pictures of my car builds, and the ocassional shot of my dog (oh crap! I forgot to get Buddy to sign a waiver!). I have no interest in taking a picture of you, your wife or your underage niece. I just disagree with you telling me that I can't do it, when the law clearly states that I can. For that sin, you have labeled me a pedo/rapist, and yet you expect us to take you seriously?

Step 1) Remove head from ass
Step 2) THEN post on the internet
 
2013-06-25 02:07:58 PM

MNguy: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom:

Man you are creepy. Yikes

I'm sorry your wife is an exhibitionist.


My wife is a saint! Wait... I don't even have a wife...
 
2013-06-25 02:09:50 PM

Banned on the Run: This one needs a sammich?


Yes.  If it weren't for photoshop, her hip bones and ribs would be showing about as much as #4.
 
2013-06-25 02:10:20 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: MNguy: Tell me who wants to take pictures of people without their acknowledgement?

I use my camera for taking pictures of my car builds, and the ocassional shot of my dog (oh crap! I forgot to get Buddy to sign a waiver!). I have no interest in taking a picture of you, your wife or your underage niece. I just disagree with you telling me that I can't do it, when the law clearly states that I can. For that sin, you have labeled me a pedo/rapist, and yet you expect us to take you seriously?

Step 1) Remove head from ass
Step 2) THEN post on the internet


Look, I've got no problem with you taking pictures of your family.  Even mine, if it's incidental.  But government and rotten assholes use these loopholes to abuse the law and people's good nature.
 
2013-06-25 02:11:44 PM

Noticeably F.A.T.: MNguy: You have to take the law to its logical conclusion.

Which is what everyone but you did. You 'tarded past that logical conclusion at a dead sprint.


No, you did not.  You've never been involved in lawmaking and it's obvious.
 
2013-06-25 02:17:44 PM

MNguy: No, you did not. You've never been involved in lawmaking and it's obvious.


Well, I didn't make it to "it's legal for pedophiles to take pictures of my girlfriends business", but that's not the logical conclusion. The law stops well short of that, and it's pretty damn clear where your expectation of privacy starts and stops. What's obvious here is that you don't have the slightest idea what the hell you're talking about.
 
2013-06-25 02:19:18 PM

Noticeably F.A.T.: MNguy: No, you did not. You've never been involved in lawmaking and it's obvious.

Well, I didn't make it to "it's legal for pedophiles to take pictures of my girlfriends business", but that's not the logical conclusion. The law stops well short of that, and it's pretty damn clear where your expectation of privacy starts and stops. What's obvious here is that you don't have the slightest idea what the hell you're talking about.


Ok, please tell me where the law stops and starts.  Because yu don't have a farking clue.
 
2013-06-25 02:20:31 PM

MNguy: But government and rotten assholes use these loopholes to abuse the law and people's good nature.


So that justifies your ad hominem attacks on everyone that disagrees with you? Here's a hint: No. No it doesn't.
 
2013-06-25 02:21:14 PM

MNguy: Noticeably F.A.T.: MNguy: No, you did not. You've never been involved in lawmaking and it's obvious.

Well, I didn't make it to "it's legal for pedophiles to take pictures of my girlfriends business", but that's not the logical conclusion. The law stops well short of that, and it's pretty damn clear where your expectation of privacy starts and stops. What's obvious here is that you don't have the slightest idea what the hell you're talking about.

Ok, please tell me where the law stops and starts.  Because yu don't have a farking clue.


Your home and your clothes. They cant penetrate/violate either... but if you want your niece to wear a burqa, she has to actually wear it, there  is no legal substitute or virtual burqa option.
 
2013-06-25 02:21:33 PM
Really, you have no clue.  I'm glad that you're ok with the surveillance state, but I'm not.  How high is your fence?  How thick are your walls?  I've never met a dipshiat as big as you in real life, but ok.
 
2013-06-25 02:21:51 PM

Mikey1969: Waldo Pepper: but not when it comes to photos or video. Much like going to a football game as it is a private event. it is a thin line but still a line.

Completely public would be open to the public at large without restrictions.

Sorry, at a football game, if I take a picture of my buddy, and you're in the background, you can't sue me. Same thing if I skip my buddy and take a pic of you because you are a "superfan" with an elaborate Broncos Papier-mâché  horse's head strapped on. Same with the pool at an apartment complex. I can take a picture of friends with people in the background, or I can even take a pic of some girl sunbathing, but I risk her getting her boyfriend, husband, or father to beat the shiat out of me.


I can if you try to sell the photo
 
2013-06-25 02:23:14 PM

firefly212: MNguy: Noticeably F.A.T.: MNguy: No, you did not. You've never been involved in lawmaking and it's obvious.

Well, I didn't make it to "it's legal for pedophiles to take pictures of my girlfriends business", but that's not the logical conclusion. The law stops well short of that, and it's pretty damn clear where your expectation of privacy starts and stops. What's obvious here is that you don't have the slightest idea what the hell you're talking about.

Ok, please tell me where the law stops and starts.  Because yu don't have a farking clue.

Your home and your clothes. They cant penetrate/violate either... but if you want your niece to wear a burqa, she has to actually wear it, there  is no legal substitute or virtual burqa option.


I guess that's the problem.  How about we don't violate a person's privacy?  I guess this is a tough issue, apparently.
 
2013-06-25 02:23:49 PM

MNguy: Really, you have no clue.  I'm glad that you're ok with the surveillance state, but I'm not.  How high is your fence?  How thick are your walls?  I've never met a dipshiat as big as you in real life, but ok.


Everyone is walking around with a camera and a connection to the Internet in their pocket. The surveillance state is here. That ship has sailed.
 
2013-06-25 02:24:33 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: MNguy: But government and rotten assholes use these loopholes to abuse the law and people's good nature.

So that justifies your ad hominem attacks on everyone that disagrees with you? Here's a hint: No. No it doesn't.


Well, it kind f does.  Justify taking pictures of people unawares.  Because I don't think that you can.
 
2013-06-25 02:24:35 PM

MNguy: Ok, please tell me where the law stops and starts. Because yu don't have a farking clue.


Why don't you read the damn thread? I'm not retyping all the replies to your idiocy just because you can't be bothered to read them. It's been repeatedly spelled out to you in easy to understand words and sentences, if you're not getting it by now, you're not going to.

Wait, no. One last try.

You in public, you not private. You in private, you not public.

That's about as simple as it's going to get. If that doesn't sink through those perverted thoughts you have running through your skull, nothing will.
 
2013-06-25 02:25:11 PM

MNguy: I've never met a dipshiat as big as you in real life, but ok.


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2013-06-25 02:25:34 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: MNguy: Really, you have no clue.  I'm glad that you're ok with the surveillance state, but I'm not.  How high is your fence?  How thick are your walls?  I've never met a dipshiat as big as you in real life, but ok.

Everyone is walking around with a camera and a connection to the Internet in their pocket. The surveillance state is here. That ship has sailed.


Not in my back yard.  And I can help it.
 
2013-06-25 02:26:22 PM

MNguy: How about we don't violate a person's privacy?


If you've placed something in public view, there's no privacy to violate.
 
2013-06-25 02:27:32 PM

Noticeably F.A.T.: MNguy: Ok, please tell me where the law stops and starts. Because yu don't have a farking clue.

Why don't you read the damn thread? I'm not retyping all the replies to your idiocy just because you can't be bothered to read them. It's been repeatedly spelled out to you in easy to understand words and sentences, if you're not getting it by now, you're not going to.

Wait, no. One last try.

You in public, you not private. You in private, you not public.

That's about as simple as it's going to get. If that doesn't sink through those perverted thoughts you have running through your skull, nothing will.


I know that you're a bit of a gun nut, I am not.  But if you really think that it's ok to take pictures of people when they are leisuring or whatever, you are a moran.
 
2013-06-25 02:27:43 PM

MNguy: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: MNguy: Really, you have no clue.  I'm glad that you're ok with the surveillance state, but I'm not.  How high is your fence?  How thick are your walls?  I've never met a dipshiat as big as you in real life, but ok.

Everyone is walking around with a camera and a connection to the Internet in their pocket. The surveillance state is here. That ship has sailed.

Not in my back yard.  And I can help it.


No one in this thread has argued otherwise.
 
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