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'Upskirt' cellphone photos not illegal, Massachusetts high court rules

I would say to the F'&*(%^ "Mass high court"... Up yours! Now go explain that to your mothers, wifes, daughters and granddaghters...
Frosty the Snowman March 06, 2014 at 05:19 AM
Can't blame the court system. The law is specifically written for bathrooms and fitting rooms. It only takes one weirdo like this to get laws changed. I don't agree with the man's actions, but he can't be punished by the curent law. Other states ran into the same snafu and had to make adjustments to prevent it in the future. Until the law passes I suggest woman stick with pants.
Deva March 06, 2014 at 08:55 AM
How ridiculous. With all the serious problems plaguing this state, we're worried about specifying that it's not illegal to take unauthorized pictures of women. How about the scumbag democrats in this state craft a law SPECIFICALLY making these kinds of pictures criminal? I know, I'm asking a lot here.
Karen Walz March 06, 2014 at 11:37 AM
While I'm not happy about the ruling, I think the "message" is for the legislature to amend the laws to reflect exactly this type of situation. The plain fact is that laws have a lot to do to catch up with technology. In the meantime, if I were one of these women, or if I saw someone doing that, I'd find an "excuse" to knock the guy on his keester and have him arrested on any grounds I could. But, again, laws have to catch up with technology--it's not easy, and legislators have to get educated, and fast. (I'm just glad I'm in the habit of wearing slacks!)

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