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  • Aero
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    Originally posted by Naturist Mark View Post
    That story is from England, where the laws concerning beach privacy are different. But even in the US there is not carte blanche to fly over public land - including beaches. RC Planes and drones can fall from the sky and cause damage or injury - so there are rightly rules to their use, and as drones become more pervasive many jurisdictions are rightly imposing more stringent regulations. I would be very surprised if drones - with or without cameras - were not soon banned from flying over much of our public land without proper license and insurance and in populated areas specific permits much like those needed for parades. But that will only affect cameras in the sky - you are still subject to land based cameras pretty much anywhere that can be seen from public land or access. Cameras are ubiquitous on phones, and Go-Pro's and Dash Cams, and soon even glasses. Privacy in public is pretty much a dead deal.
    The Daily Mail is not a news paper. Its called the Daily Fail over here for a reason!

    Sorry. I just hate the stuff that they print.

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  • FireProf
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    Originally posted by Naturist Mark View Post
    . But that will only affect cameras in the sky - you are still subject to land based cameras pretty much anywhere that can be seen from public land or access. Cameras are ubiquitous on phones, and Go-Pro's and Dash Cams, and soon even glasses. Privacy in public is pretty much a dead deal.
    I agree completely. Though I would take issue with any of these drones flying over my property to get a look at what's going on within the walls of my property ... outside or inside. I've said this before, on many a forum/message boards; it's not the cameras you see that should concern you ... it's the ones you don't see ... and, if you're afraid of having you picture taken while at a nude beach, you should probably stay home. Because, chances are, if they want a naked picture of you at the beach ... it's already happened and if not, you're probably in the group, like many of us, that they don't want naked pictures of us!

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  • EltonJ
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    Originally posted by Naturist Mark View Post
    That story is from England, where the laws concerning beach privacy are different. But even in the US there is not carte blanche to fly over public land - including beaches. RC Planes and drones can fall from the sky and cause damage or injury - so there are rightly rules to their use, and as drones become more pervasive many jurisdictions are rightly imposing more stringent regulations. I would be very surprised if drones - with or without cameras - were not soon banned from flying over much of our public land without proper license and insurance and in populated areas specific permits much like those needed for parades. But that will only affect cameras in the sky - you are still subject to land based cameras pretty much anywhere that can be seen from public land or access. Cameras are ubiquitous on phones, and Go-Pro's and Dash Cams, and soon even glasses. Privacy in public is pretty much a dead deal.
    Putting them on Glasses can be important to catch child molesters. If child pornography weren't banned.

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  • Naturist Mark
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    That story is from England, where the laws concerning beach privacy are different. But even in the US there is not carte blanche to fly over public land - including beaches. RC Planes and drones can fall from the sky and cause damage or injury - so there are rightly rules to their use, and as drones become more pervasive many jurisdictions are rightly imposing more stringent regulations. I would be very surprised if drones - with or without cameras - were not soon banned from flying over much of our public land without proper license and insurance and in populated areas specific permits much like those needed for parades. But that will only affect cameras in the sky - you are still subject to land based cameras pretty much anywhere that can be seen from public land or access. Cameras are ubiquitous on phones, and Go-Pro's and Dash Cams, and soon even glasses. Privacy in public is pretty much a dead deal.

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  • Guest
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    The beach is a public place. Unless there is an ordnance against photography in a public place, there is no legal restraint. If you are concerned someone might be filming you in a public place, don't go there. This is one of the reasons I prefer private clubs...rules are there for personal privacy.

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  • EltonJ
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    Originally posted by Mosquito_Bait View Post
    I don't understand why anyone would go to that much trouble to be a voyeur at a nude beach. Certainly more provocative images can be found on the Internet. I remember being on the beach at Club Orient on St. Martin when a textile tourist raised his camera. The staff starting screaming at him, "Buy a Playboy!"

    Yeah, I know. There's videos on Youtube that even film the sex act. There's enough on the Internet to burn out a man's curiosity about sex. There is a time and a place to get your rocks off, or to view beautiful women in an erotic context. A nude beach is not one of those places, it's just rude.

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  • desertbare
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    Sounds like some trap shooting to me! :-)

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  • Mosquito_Bait
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    I don't understand why anyone would go to that much trouble to be a voyeur at a nude beach. Certainly more provocative images can be found on the Internet. I remember being on the beach at Club Orient on St. Martin when a textile tourist raised his camera. The staff starting screaming at him, "Buy a Playboy!"

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  • EltonJ
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    Well, I guess it's getting harder to hide from voyeurs. I say we don't hide from them, if they are using drones. However, it's an invasion of privacy. I wish people would just get over themselves and not treat the beach as their own private show.

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  • Davin
    started a topic Voyeur uses drone to spy on nudists

    Voyeur uses drone to spy on nudists

    The drone flew up and down the famous Studland nudist beach in Dorset

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz3h3KuYCFK
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