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Can I post a picture of someone on a website as a warning for

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Can I post a picture of someone on a website as a warning for safety purposes. It's a picture of someone who took the picture themselves and sent it to me.

The short answer is yes.

By taking the picture themselves and releasing it to you, they have released the proprietary rights to that picture by publishing it. You do not face any legal liability for posting as you've planned.

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