Reading The Exploitation of Photography: How Creative Commons Licenses Enable Surveillance https://ahprojects.com/creative-commons/ by @adamhrv and appreciate even more attempts by the open community to begin to expand licenses into ethical areas. Licenses such as the Do No Harm license https://github.com/raisely/NoHarm
and The Hippocratic license https://firstdonoharm.dev/ I suspect that many in the #OpenEducation social justice communities would leap at a chance to use licenses like these for #OER production
@clintlalonde This is a can of worms. In theory, third party individuals displayed in photos with CC licenses where privacy rights apply should give permission for the photograph. Would be interesting to know what percentage of openly licensed photos have this permission. The trouble with personal images is frequently the copyright holder is not the person in the image. Tricky stuff.
@mackiwg BIG can of worms for sure. And little chance of actual enforcement of even the egregious failure to comply with CC license requirements because each photo belongs to an individual so you would need some kind of coordinated class action-like effort by millions of individual users in order to make an enforcement claim that would threaten an offending organization.
@clintlalonde Yeah - sadly licenses are not good instruments to regulate intent or ethical behaviour :-(