<<I have a sense that we're to some degree protecting kids in this way because we've concurrently developed a sensitivity to loss of privacy in so many other areas of our lives. I suppose that alone is a good enough reason, just as much as the simple declaration that "Well, they're my kids/grandkids and I just don't want them to be photographed." Parents and grandparents rule no doubt. I'm not arguing the point, just wondering about it.>>
Howard. Rather than take up paragraphs and paragraphs here I have sent you a private message on this issue as it's something I get hot under the collar about, it's about the UK's paranoia to this subject.