it's fine, my "ink" is unlimited, lol
I can't help but think in practical terms and unfortunately the reality of the world is that we ARE always on camera, be it CCTV or someone filming us without our knowledge or consent.
It's also the case that the "rabbit is out of the bag" so to speak because we are never going to see CCTV and public/private camera ownership and usage reverse, rather it will become ever more pervasive because there is zero will to stop that from happening among the general public.
So the reality is we are always gonna be photographed, we are always gonna be filmed and those images will always end up online on public sites and private clouds, (which can be hacked and exploited).
That's why I suggest that we don't waste our time getting outraged by stories in the media but instead use that energy to work to stop such things from causing as much harm as possible.
And it really doesn't matter whether it's some CCTV footage appearing on a TV show or some covert recording appearing on a site perverts they can both cause harm to those featured.
Additionally, those CCTV images that nobody really cares about anymore, and the ever growing populations of cameras which fuel them, there's no difference between them and someone covertly filming for those "candid" sites.
Can anyone guarantee that they aren't out there on the web somewhere, showing perhaps kids running around naked or in swimwear or in compromising positions?
I'd put money on some being out there.
And then there's "deep fakes" where faces can imposed onto photographs and videos to make it appear as though they have done things and to please perverts.
I'd love to know why one more potential source of such images makes such a big difference to you and others who feel like you and why our focus should be there rather than on trying to make sure that anyone who is affected isn't destroyed or otherwise harmed by it because I don't get it.
Perhaps if you can't/won't answer, someone else will, hence me responding anyway.