It's not just about what's legal; it's about what's right. Re-posting, or editing, pics and/or other info that someone posted publicly is just bad form, and while it may not violate #13 of section 6, it could certainly violate #12 (harrassment). Someone posted all of my public Amazon.com & LinkedIn profile info over on the SoLow alternative for trolls, and it was clearly intended as harrassment, regardless of whether I posted that info publicly in the first place. (Of course, the genius who posted it didn't even read it carefully enough to spell my name correctly, but I guess that's par for the course.)
What is 'right' is also open to interpretation. Personally, I think that if someone posts a free use image, it's 'right' to do whatever one feels fit to do with it. Others may disagree, but that is the point I was trying to make about the TOS, they seem very, very unclear.
And again, if someone re posts an image to ask a question or to say 'wow this member is hot', it will also be treated as a violation, and has been, as we have both seen. So the mod's both selectively enforce the rule and do so under the "TOS", which seems to be total bs. It's a double whammy of nonsense or so it seems.