You are missing my point entirely. I asked a question. I asked about good judgement in general and gave some examples. My question wasn't about what "I" consider good judgement. I was talking about it's general use. Another example would be like when you go into a convenience store and you see a magazine rack, and the ummm the "questionable" magazines are usually covered up to the titles. You know...'cause it's probably "good judgement" to cover them up so children can't see them.
BTW.....in some places it IS illegal not to use "good judgement".
We actually don't have magazines that are covered up in our stores. Perhaps they put those in another section where kids aren't as likely to access or they don't sell them because they lose business if they don't. That isn't good judgment, that is good business sense. We still have many magazines in plain view that aren't blatant pornography, with easy to read titles that have spurred discussion in our family, but I still don't think that covering them up would be good judgment. It isn't something that a lot of people care about and if they do they go to the one family isle where there aren't any magazines.
I don't think that good judgment in general is something that any one person can dictate because not a lot of people agree on what good judgment is. And if it is illegal to not use "good judgment" then I would argue that it isn't good judgment people are using but fear of what happens to people who break the law.