We should delete all picture location requests where someone is in the photo or clearly been blocked out of the photo.
Those picture location requests which are deemed to be innocent are allowed and can be given as detailed a location as the person answering is able to give.
(To get the questions to be deleted really deleted, please flag and choose 'in need of moderation intervention' and write 'stalking' or something like that as reason.)
Putting this out for voting purposes. The stalking was not always obvious to me at first sight but those are not especially interesting questions (nobody can search for them) so I think closing them out of an abundance of caution would be fine.
In general, we could also make it a rule to answer with a city / rough location (a valid question in principle) without trying to provide a map / address / Google street view (who cares about that?).
We should delete all picture location questions where someone is prominently in the photo or has been clearly blocked out.
Photos where people are a normal part of a landscape or cityscape should be OK. For example, barring another pandemic, taking photos of Times Square or the Fontana di Trevi without people in them is going to be difficult, in particular in daylight.
Stalking is such a minor concern that we should keep all such questions by default and presume good faith. Only questions about photos taken in locations that are obviously of zero tourist interest (i.e. courtyard of a non-descript apartment building) should be closed.