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Should selfie sticks be banned?

Updated: 2015-03-19 08:15
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Editor's note: As the selfie craze sweeps the world, a growing number of global tourist attractions are banning the sticks used to take the smartphone photos because of safety concerns. In China, several museums have followed suit. Should selfie sticks be banned from public venues? You're welcome to leave your comments.

Harper (China)

I support this move. As a regular visitor to galleries and museums, I find them intrusive and potentially dangerous to others and the exhibits.

Should selfie sticks be banned?

Tourists use a selfie stick on the Trocadero Square, with the Eiffel Tower in background, in Paris, Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015. Selfie sticks have become enormously popular among tourists because you don't have to ask strangers to take your picture, and unlike hand-held selfies, you can capture a wider view without showing your arm. But some people find selfie sticks obnoxious, arguing that they detract from the travel experience. [Photo/IC]

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