Originally posted by twhitehead
Funny how that site questions the morality of those at the scene but asks nothing of the morality of the newspapers etc that published the photos.
I personally think we should be more sensitive about publishing photos of others who have been injured or killed. For a start, we can't reasonably claim to have the permission of the person who was killed.
Frankly I was hesitant about opening site links. The issue was covered in depth on today's NPR Talk of the Nation.
The audio at this site is still pending as of the moment I am posting this, but should be available soon.
The general morality of publication of photos of people in public places may be of interest here.
Still awaiting moral guidance...