In my latest post, I delved into the legality of taking photos of people without their permission. The truth is, the answer isn't as straightforward as you might think - it actually varies by location and context. Generally, it's legal to photograph people in public places where there's no reasonable expectation of privacy. However, issues can arise when the images are used commercially or in a defamatory manner. So, while it's not typically illegal, it's always best to ask for consent out of respect for individuals' privacy.