At the March Council meeting we got into a discussion about photographs on the PSEC website. Most of the images on the PSEC site are just snapshots taken by PSEC members. The exception is the PSEC Awards Banquet. We normally hire a professional photographer to take photos at the banquet.
A picture on a website is viewable by the general public and can be copied and used (and modified) by others for any purpose. This isn't necessarily a good thing. In a worst case scenario, say we take a photo of a kid at the Engineers Fair. A parent may not be ok with having a photo of their child on a public website and it could open PSEC up to legal issues.
Is this a problem? Should we do something about this?