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I've seen myriads of videos taken of people in crowded public areas. Streets/sidewalks, courtyards, subway stations, etc. Interesting cities such as New York, San Francisco, Paris, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Rome - you get the picture (lame pun not intended). Is this legal? Is it ethical? Is it bad etiquette (excluding the obvious)?

I live in a "destination city" where this sort of footage can be quite interesting. I'm tossing around ideas I have of shooting this sort of thing and posting it on YouTube. Lots of people enjoy viewing these videos and I need the exercise to boot (another lame pun not intended).

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