I don't currently own a smartphone but usually there should be some indication that the camera of the phone is ready or taking pictures. Right? So if the camera light is on, and you are pointing to someone, it indicates you are taking a picture of that person. Reading/using and pointing/camera angles I guess would be very different. Right?
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Certainly taking a picture of the woman next to you in train without permission is not a good behavior. I stand to be corrected but most places with surveillance camera declare that camera is in operation. One can choose to go there or not. If one is taking a picture of many people crossing at Shibuya etc, this may be considered the person is amazed at the number of people crossing and many people in that picture cannot be identified easily. So, taking picture in public places may be permitted on case by case basis. For me, this particular case is not acceptable. The question is; what will he do with that personal picture? There should be limit to what is acceptable or not.
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First of all, right turning by cars at intersections are quite dangerous for pedestrians. The driver probably was trying to move quickly enough to escape the incoming traffic (opposit) his/her direction and it leaves him with paying less attention. Yes, the baby is small, it could have been difficult for the driver to see her fast enough to stop, considering he was trying to turn right as quickly as possible. I think a 2 year old infant should never be allowed to cross the road without holding her hand or holding her.I blame the mother for neglecting the child I blame the driver for paying less attention traffic lights should be such that: pedestrians moving, cars stop ie gree for pedestrians and red for all cars
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