On the Travel.SE there is this identification question about the location of scene in a Windows Screen Saver image. The answer tracked down the original photographer (and location) of the image, and from here it gets interesting. The original image has a person (albeit virtually obscured), while the Windows version does not. It was suggested in a comment that Windows Screen saver images don't have people in them.
The question I want to ask is "What are the guidelines for a windows screen saver image?". But I don't know if this is a photography question or a legal question.
So would asking it be on topic here?
(Another question I'd like answered is - was the person edited in or out?)