> BUT (As I understand current law) Permission of parent is needed if subject > under 16
This presumably depends on the jurisdiction. Big can of worms.
Anyway, it's not as if someone on a picture in Alex's Flickr account would be
in a position to sue him for millions of dollars in damages. They could get
their lawyer to send him a »cease and desist« letter, at which point he will
make a point of ceasing and desisting, and the issue will be fixed. In fact,
according to Alex, a non-lawyer e-mail will do nicely.
In any event, since all submitters will hopefully be making sure that everyone
in the pictures shall be bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, beautifully poised and
obviously having the time of their lives, any complaints will be few and far
Anselm Lingnau, Frankfurt, Germany ..................... firstname.lastname@example.org
I wonder if other dogs think poodles are members of a weird religious cult.
-- Rita Rudner