Here's a list of things he warned us about, that we should never have on our cellphones.
1. Porn and downloaded dirty jokes.
2. Pirated movies and MP3 music that has been illegally downloaded.
3. Pictures of children in a nude or semi-nude state. (This is even if your the parents/relatives of the child.)
4. Office work files, if downloaded on to a smartphone for any reason. If these files are copied onto a USB and taken out of the premises, then it is also a problem. (He actually said that even looking over a colleague's shoulder while he/she works, might be considered an infringement of the Act!)
5. Misusing free tools like Google Maps to pinpoint locations of people, which may look like stalking to cops (and to a lot of us sane people as well).
I felt good that finally mobile phones are being put to good use! I mean, for all the things that people can get arrested for having on their phone, what about men taking pictures of women whom they photograph surreptitiously in public, without our knowledge and certainly without our permission? Is this also a crime? I wish I had remembered to ask this vital question...
In my opinion, it obviously should be. If every creepy male gets away with taking such pictures, then we'll be in all their family albums..at least the ones they maintain on their phones! And the chances of them misusing the photos is practically a moot point. Now imagine Google Glass hitting the market in India..