Responding to the London Metropolitan Police's new anti-photographer snitch campaign, wherein posters urge Londoners to turn in people who might be taking pictures of CCTV cameras, many people have taken a crack at redesigning the posters to point out the absurdity of them.
Here's one from Flickr's "illegalphotos":
Here's one from Flickr's "Rubin 110":
And here's one that Rob Beschizza sent me:
Have you made one? Link to it in the comments below.
(Thanks, Jake and Rob!)
Update: The posters you folks are posting in the comments are brilliant -- just check out this one, from Lex10.
Got a 3D printer?
Science fiction writer/lawyer Casey Fiesler is a maven in the field of tech ethics education (she maintains the amazing spreadsheet of tech-ethics syllabi); she uses science fiction stories as a jumping-off point for her own classroom discussions of ethics in technology.
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