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Holy Strawman, Batman!

You still don't get it!

You don't have a property right to "your image".

You don't own the rays of light that enter my eyes or my camera.

You don't own what I or others see.

You have no "image" rights.

Much like the pro-IP crowd, you are imagining an exclusive right to a non-rivalrous good.

There is no "image property" to be taken.

When someone takes a photograph of you they are not initiating force against your property in any way shape or form.

You don't have a property right in what other people see.

Your body(which you own) and others perception of your body(which you do not own) are two entirely different things.

When someone records an image of your likeness, they are not initiating force against your body or any other property.

Property rights to "your image" are non-existent.

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"The State is a gang of thieves writ large." - Murray Rothbard