Bill toughens penalties for invading privacy
Legislators moved swiftly Thursday to strengthen penalties associated with the charges lodged against two Rutgers students accused of live-streaming the sexual encounter of a fellow student who later committed suicide.
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#1 Oct 3, 2010
Posting or sending films secretly taped or obtained without permission can destroy someone and their family. Sophisticated technology is so easy to obtain that without firm laws we will destroy one another. It must be dealt with firmly or its going to get worse.
What some people are missing is that fact that not only was this very embarrassing for the victim at the time, but that once something is posted on the internet it is out there FOREVER! Potential employers, mates, etc. may have see the video in the future. How mortified would any of you be if you had to explain something very personal and private that you did at 18 to someone 5, 10, 15, 20 years after the fact?
Not everyone is a Kardashian who wears their private and intimate moments like a badge of honor. I'm not necessarily saying that this kid was thinking of that, but he very well could have been! This "prank" was very, very damaging to this kid beyond a few college s***s and giggles.
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