Does iNaturalist have some sort of policy about uploading Observations of humans who did not consent to having their image shared on the site? iNat does have very thorough Privacy Policies and address how Observational data are used (which you can read about here), but it’s all about the data themselves (time, coordinates, etc.), not the subject of the Observation.
Let’s say another user posted a Homo sapiens observation of me. Regardless of whether this other user is a good pal or a complete stranger, I was not consulted about this. I want it taken down and I want the user to be aware about this. What would be the procedure? And what if I wasn’t a user on iNaturalist and I just saw that a picture of me was on the site? I feel like this is a more ethically involved issue that could not just be addressed in a Flag for “copyright infringement”, and to post pictures of others who are unaware they are being shared on the site should actively be discouraged in our Policies.
(To avoid derailing this topic, please try to divorce “we should not upload pictures of people on iNat who didn’t agree to it because its unethical/invasive” from “we shouldn’t have any pictures of Humans on iNat at all because the data are meaningless”. They are separate matters.)