Sorta pointless, since anyone who would do any of this stuff probably isn't going to listen to an industry trade
group (or anyone else for that matter), but the Consumer Electronics Association decided that it was high time to
create a "Camera Phone Code of Conduct" to help consumers understand the great "public responsibilty that comes with
owning this type of product" (if we'd known it was going to be so burdensome, we'd have bought that cameraless Treo
instead). The code mainly consists of stuff like, don't take sneaky photos of naked people in locker rooms (the party's
over!), no snapping pics of confidential information (sorry corporate spies), that you use "discretion" when
photographing anyone under 18 (we won't even go there), that you shouldn't use your cameraphone while driving, etc.
P.S. - We're issuing a PDF Warning for this post's "Read" link.