If you thought taking candid pictures of Little Richard complaining about his bowling shoes was the most serious privacy issue around camera-equipped mobile phones, wait till your phone starts ringing off the hook with cock and ball shots. Gyms in Hong Kong have already begun banning cell phone calls in locker rooms, writes Elisa Batista of Wired News, out of concern for sneak pix made with the increasingly popular camera phones. A more pressing concern—and more likely field for legal action—is the ease and speed with which you can now upload pictures of a concert or performance. A real copyright issue, or this week's technoscare?
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