The Provincial Court of Zaragoza has adopted a measure that points to a potential problem for users of mobile phones equipped with cameras. Those who enter the courthouse with a mobile of these characteristics must deliver it at the entrance for “security reasons.” Among the arguments that are cited for adopting the measure, that someone can take a photo of the members of a jury, for example. This is a prohibition that was in force for several months in 2004 and that has now been reimposed and that will probably be extended to the rest of the courts since the General Council of the Judiciary has made a recommendation to prohibit this type of device in the courts. courts. The question is, in how many more sites will mobiles of this type be banned? But the Spanish courts are not the only place where problems begin to arise for cell phones with cameras, in New Jersey they have proposed a law that forces cell phones to incorporate some system, a flash or a beep, to serve as a warning when they take a picture. Photography. It’s about protecting the privacy of people who may not want to be photographed. Imagine, for example, in the psychiatrist’s office, in a police station …

Problems for camera mobile users