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2013-01-26 02:14:21 PM

miscreant: Faddy: Moral wrong but legally wrong? These guy presumably own the photos or videos. Do I need to seek permission to upload and tag photos on Facebook? Underage photos apart I fail to see how this can be illegal and the website held responsible without opening up a rather large can of worms on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter etc.

If the woman was the one who took the photo and then sent it to the boyfriend, then they don't actually own it. The one who takes the picture owns the copyright, so the site can likely be busted for copyright infringement if nothing else. And as we know from RIAA/MPAA lawsuits, that's like $100,000 per infringement.


Yeah, but what if you took the photo of your GF?

Again... its obviously completely wrong to post them without her permission.  But is it illegal?
 
2013-01-26 02:14:55 PM
farking shiatheads who do that ruin it for the rest of us. I have quite a few porn/naked pics/movies of my ex's, and I would never publicize them. My eyes only fapping material.

Jackasses. I do hope they lose bad.
 
2013-01-26 02:15:08 PM

here to help: StoPPeRmobile: here to help: I'm sorry... if you let ANYONE take nudes or potentially compromising pics in this day and age you are just asking for trouble. I mean I'm not pulling a "blame the victim" bit here, these guy's are arseholes and should be punished but ladies (and dudes)... common sense... it works.

No, you are properly whore-shaming.

/whore

Listen, slut. I'm sick of your lip.

*posts pics of StoPPerMobile jerking of on the toilet in Caturday thread*


www.onlineseats.com
 
2013-01-26 02:15:43 PM

downstairs: miscreant: Faddy: Moral wrong but legally wrong? These guy presumably own the photos or videos. Do I need to seek permission to upload and tag photos on Facebook? Underage photos apart I fail to see how this can be illegal and the website held responsible without opening up a rather large can of worms on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter etc.

If the woman was the one who took the photo and then sent it to the boyfriend, then they don't actually own it. The one who takes the picture owns the copyright, so the site can likely be busted for copyright infringement if nothing else. And as we know from RIAA/MPAA lawsuits, that's like $100,000 per infringement.

Yeah, but what if you took the photo of your GF?

Again... its obviously completely wrong to post them without her permission.  But is it illegal?


Civil matter.
 
2013-01-26 02:17:00 PM
Stupid is as stupid does. NEVER EVER have a picture taken of you that you wouldn't show your parents..DUH !
 
2013-01-26 02:18:49 PM

downstairs: Yeah, but what if you took the photo of your GF?

Again... its obviously completely wrong to post them without her permission. But is it illegal?


Possibly. IANAL though. For something like that you might need a waiver to post them. It's not like they're out in public, which usually gives photographers/journalists an out.
 
2013-01-26 02:20:16 PM

cig-mkr: Stupid is as stupid does. NEVER EVER have a picture taken of you that you wouldn't show your parents..DUH !


What are you stupid?

We must blame something else.

It's the only way.
 
2013-01-26 02:21:05 PM
i0.kym-cdn.com

I see no possible way this could backfire at all.
 
2013-01-26 02:21:41 PM

23FPB23: You never know, you might see someone you know.


A friend at a different school showed me his "collection" in the early days of the internet. I'm pretty sure he didn't know one of them was a girl at my school who'd been wearing the same clothes until I took them off her, the previous Friday. That was unsettling. And with the setting (her house) and she's clearly unaware (changing to go out) I have to wonder if her brother was perving on her.
i.imgur.com
 
2013-01-26 02:22:00 PM

cig-mkr: Stupid is as stupid does. NEVER EVER have a picture taken of you that you wouldn't show your parents..DUH !


Never trust your boyfriend/spouse!

That's essentially what you're saying. I had pictures of my ex. I deleted them when we separated. The thought of posting them online never crossed my mind, and it was hardly an amiable split.
 
2013-01-26 02:24:10 PM
I guess it's about time for another victim blaming circle-jerk full of mansplaining and shiatposters.
 
2013-01-26 02:26:48 PM
In the case that there are under aged girls on the site, yeah that shiat is illegal.

Beyond that?

Sorry girls, deal with it, it's not going away and now more people will see your pics.
 
2013-01-26 02:28:03 PM
Ok. Who is going to post the link to these females?
 
2013-01-26 02:28:45 PM

StoPPeRmobile: Oh_Enough_Already: Anyone woman taking or posing for nude pics who doesn't assume they'll be shared with the world is an idiot.

Thank God for idiots.

Jesus sure did love the whores.


2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-01-26 02:29:23 PM
There are excellent reasons why the people who do this should go to prison. Yet if experience is any guide, the lawyers will make terrible arguments that the media will reduce to insipid soundbites. Men on talk shows will use those soundbites to argue with blonde women on those talk shows that there is a certain need to be "fair" or open to free speech. These arguments will be made with long sentences from the men but short sentences from the women in reply. The women will look intelligent but the host of the show will ask for clarification, from the men, when the women speak.

Generally, on the internet, common citizens from around the world will comment on the host and not on the arguments made by either side. Those comments will become the foundation for new internet memes, which will ignore the danger and the damage done to the original victims. Those memes will somehow take the place of critical thinking in the minds (and writing in the webforums) of most people under 40 years old, because they read internet forums exclusively, and not books or poetry or art that actually give articulate and cogent expressions of emotions and real life.

In the end, that means that from now on, everyone will be posting revenge porn about everyone, facebook will allow it to be tagged because it can be analyzed by various computer programs to best calibrate their ads, and Google AdSense can use facial recognition technology to target people as well. We will all get ads targeting new advertising demographics ("ex-bf biatch Bennie Crabtree" will be an Adsense category, and facebook ads for Buttlube will appear everywhere). our society will be more callous and violent toward women as men make porn for the sheer power of posting it, rather than out of love or lust, and we will create a terribly traumatic media environment for ourselves, with no literature or art that can help our children to dismantle revenge porn as a new hybrid literary genre between "reality tv" and plain old "sexual assault." Anyone who references their feelings or actual damage done to a human being will be told that anecdotes are not evidence, and be ridiculed.
 
2013-01-26 02:29:49 PM
I have pictures of women with whom I have no continuing emotional ties. Those pictures are of said women, nude.

I have no plans to ever put them on the internet or share them around. Simple reasoning: I want to show a history of trustworthiness so that I receive more pictures.

Learn a lesson, guys.
 
2013-01-26 02:32:24 PM

Ohlookabutterfly: Well this should be a lively discusion filled with insight into the other gender, understanding and tolerance for each others behaviour, and all around warm and fuzzies.


Agreed. Bie?

/eip
 
2013-01-26 02:33:47 PM

Fark Rye For Many Whores: 23FPB23: You never know, you might see someone you know.

A friend at a different school showed me his "collection" in the early days of the internet. I'm pretty sure he didn't know one of them was a girl at my school who'd been wearing the same clothes until I took them off her, the previous Friday. That was unsettling. And with the setting (her house) and she's clearly unaware (changing to go out) I have to wonder if her brother was perving on her.
[i.imgur.com image 480x480]


Yeah that'd freak me out too. I'm not a fan of the ones that are obviously oblivious to their taking.

Funny thing about this story is the same thing with many such articles. Its about a specific site/case. But, there seems to be thousands upon thousands of sets of nekkid pics out there.

Many of the sites I frequent actually have a pretty obvious link to report/have images removed. I guess a CYA on the part of the site's owners.

This has been going on for many years now, and is exponentially increasing. Eventually we'll all be nekkid on the 'net!

So, I apologize in advance!
 
2013-01-26 02:34:51 PM

Thraeryn: I have pictures of women with whom I have no continuing emotional ties. Those pictures are of said women, nude.

I have no plans to ever put them on the internet or share them around. Simple reasoning: I want to show a history of trustworthiness so that I receive more pictures.

Learn a lesson, guys.


Yah, because otherwise nude pics are rare and hard to obtain in the first place...
 
2013-01-26 02:35:29 PM
Yeah, sue a website for the actions of your ex, and your inability to judge character. Honestly, I hope anyone creating this lawsuit has it backfire.

Some advice, if you want pics, encrypt them. You enter the first half of the password, and have your significant other enter the 2nd half. Nobody has access to the pics unless you both do.
 
2013-01-26 02:36:18 PM
How did I know this thread would be nicknamed the "White Knight Thread"?
 
2013-01-26 02:40:33 PM

BumpInTheNight: StoPPeRmobile: Oh_Enough_Already: Anyone woman taking or posing for nude pics who doesn't assume they'll be shared with the world is an idiot.

Thank God for idiots.

Jesus sure did love the whores.

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 291x400]


Aren't FarkMMO mini-games the best?
 
2013-01-26 02:44:18 PM
WTF is wrong with people.
 
2013-01-26 02:45:27 PM

cig-mkr: Stupid is as stupid does. NEVER EVER have a picture taken of you that you wouldn't show your parents..DUH !



I'm sure that all the guys who want away from their girls fapping material thank you for that comment.
 
2013-01-26 02:48:53 PM

downstairs: Faddy: Moral wrong but legally wrong? These guy presumably own the photos or videos. Do I need to seek permission to upload and tag photos on Facebook?

Hmmm... that's an interesting question.  Yes, its an absolute dick move to post nudes of your ex.  But legally, I'm curious.


Seems like posting photos and the address of someone for the stated intention of having them harassed would be illegal somehow.
 
2013-01-26 02:56:16 PM

Thraeryn: I have pictures of women with whom I have no continuing emotional ties. Those pictures are of said women, nude.

I have no plans to ever put them on the internet or share them around. Simple reasoning: I want to show a history of trustworthiness so that I receive more pictures.

Learn a lesson, guys.


I do the same. Cheers.
 
2013-01-26 02:56:29 PM

miscreant: cig-mkr: Stupid is as stupid does. NEVER EVER have a picture taken of you that you wouldn't show your parents..DUH !

Never trust your boyfriend/spouse!

That's essentially what you're saying. I had pictures of my ex. I deleted them when we separated. The thought of posting them online never crossed my mind, and it was hardly an amiable split.


I guess that's about what I'm saying. If they (boyfriend / spouse) needs fapping material there are plenty of websites out there they can access and jerk until they get friction burn blisters if they want to. And the people on those sites are getting paid and know they will be online.
Kudos to you for deleting the pictures.
 
2013-01-26 02:59:06 PM
Hollie Toups, left, said her ex-boyfriend posted semi-nude photos of her on the website Texxxan.com, which was recently taken down

Goddammit
 
2013-01-26 03:00:38 PM

Faddy: KiwDaWabbit: I think that it's morally reprehensible to submit pictures to sites like this.

/Still single.

Moral wrong but legally wrong? These guy presumably own the photos or videos. Do I need to seek permission to upload and tag photos on Facebook? Underage photos apart I fail to see how this can be illegal and the website held responsible without opening up a rather large can of worms on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter etc.


Texas has statutes concerning misappropriation of image and "right of publicity". A person has an inherent copyright in their own image, and violation of this gives that palintiff a tort claim for monetary damages and removal of the image.

There are also common law violations of privacy to address.
 
2013-01-26 03:02:03 PM

Need_MindBleach: downstairs: Faddy: Moral wrong but legally wrong? These guy presumably own the photos or videos. Do I need to seek permission to upload and tag photos on Facebook?

Hmmm... that's an interesting question.  Yes, its an absolute dick move to post nudes of your ex.  But legally, I'm curious.

Seems like posting photos and the address of someone for the stated intention of having them harassed would be illegal somehow.


Addresses, yeah... not too far of a stretch there to prove intent.

I was simply talking about posting images or videos without mentioning names, etc.
 
2013-01-26 03:04:00 PM
I have nudes of several ex gfs.

Haven't posted any online.
 
2013-01-26 03:04:19 PM
Yeah, good luck with that.

As if there isn't 10,000 other places these pictures can be posted online. The intertubes is a million headed snake. Chop one head off and another thousand heads pop up in its place.

Moral of the story you dumbasses: don't take naked pictures of yourself and send them to other human beings unless you are fine with those pictures being posted online. And you should just assume that they will be once you send them. Just assume it.
 
2013-01-26 03:04:49 PM

Thraeryn: I have pictures of women with whom I have no continuing emotional ties. Those pictures are of said women, nude.

I have no plans to ever put them on the internet or share them around. Simple reasoning: I want to show a history of trustworthiness so that I receive more pictures.

Learn a lesson, guys.


And that's how you play the game.
 
2013-01-26 03:05:59 PM
23FPB23: I'll admit, I typically only look at amateur nudie sites...

Agreed, but with a recent exception: Stacie Halas, the teacher who lost her job after it was revealed she did some pro/am porn under the name Tiffany Six... you want a special feeling? Watch clips of this attractive woman's court proceedings, her interviews outside the courthouse steps, then follow it with a viewing of "POV Tiffany Six, her first scene" and watch a younger version of that same attractive woman as she nervously strips out of her bikini in a Florida hotel room and makes a few hundred dollars the hard way.

/bunk, etc.
 
2013-01-26 03:08:30 PM

Bennie Crabtree: There are excellent reasons why the people who do this should go to prison. Yet if experience is any guide, the lawyers will make terrible arguments that the media will reduce to insipid soundbites. Men on talk shows will use those soundbites to argue with blonde women on those talk shows that there is a certain need to be "fair" or open to free speech. These arguments will be made with long sentences from the men but short sentences from the women in reply. The women will look intelligent but the host of the show will ask for clarification, from the men, when the women speak.

Generally, on the internet, common citizens from around the world will comment on the host and not on the arguments made by either side. Those comments will become the foundation for new internet memes, which will ignore the danger and the damage done to the original victims. Those memes will somehow take the place of critical thinking in the minds (and writing in the webforums) of most people under 40 years old, because they read internet forums exclusively, and not books or poetry or art that actually give articulate and cogent expressions of emotions and real life.

In the end, that means that from now on, everyone will be posting revenge porn about everyone, facebook will allow it to be tagged because it can be analyzed by various computer programs to best calibrate their ads, and Google AdSense can use facial recognition technology to target people as well. We will all get ads targeting new advertising demographics ("ex-bf biatch Bennie Crabtree" will be an Adsense category, and facebook ads for Buttlube will appear everywhere). our society will be more callous and violent toward women as men make porn for the sheer power of posting it, rather than out of love or lust, and we will create a terribly traumatic media environment for ourselves, with no literature or art that can help our children to dismantle revenge porn as a new hybrid literary genre between "reality tv" and plain old "sex ...


You have thousands of dominos set up covering your entire house and can't seem to stop yourself from adding more and more every day, or possibly you tend to ramble on every now and then, huh...
 
2013-01-26 03:09:48 PM
s3.amazonaws.com

Clark you erased that tape, right...?

/Prince Charming is a security genius so your pics will never get to the internet Princess
 
2013-01-26 03:11:17 PM
Somebody's gotta
images3.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-01-26 03:15:02 PM

Raw_fishFood: Eh, you dare a douchebag for a while, send him nudes, then dump him for being a douchebag then you should be prepared for it.

Not that posting nudes that were sent to you for your personal enjoyment onto the Internet as revenge is an okay thing to do. It's pretty douchebaggy and petty, especially if you're posting personal information as well.

The solution of course is to not date those kinds of people and then send them nudes, which I admit is easier said than done.


Exactly. The douchebags who post the pictures and the tramps who send them deserve one another. No sympathy.
 
2013-01-26 03:18:42 PM
Yeah, scorned girlfriend?

Or victim of BIE breach of contract?
 
2013-01-26 03:23:30 PM

The Voice of Doom: Amos Quito
In other news, TEXXXAN.COM's servers just crashed.

Well, I certainly didn't look.


/because TFA also stated "the site stopped allowing anyone trolling the Internet to view the galleries."


/Ya, im not even going there. why? i can see enough strange poon without risking a virus on their capitalistic site.
 
2013-01-26 03:29:44 PM

Barricaded Gunman: 23FPB23: I'll admit, I typically only look at amateur nudie sites...

Agreed, but with a recent exception: Stacie Halas, the teacher who lost her job after it was revealed she did some pro/am porn under the name Tiffany Six... you want a special feeling? Watch clips of this attractive woman's court proceedings, her interviews outside the courthouse steps, then follow it with a viewing of "POV Tiffany Six, her first scene" and watch a younger version of that same attractive woman as she nervously strips out of her bikini in a Florida hotel room and makes a few hundred dollars the hard way.

/bunk, etc.


Well, there goes another 2 hours of my life (sometime soon)
 
2013-01-26 03:31:58 PM
I DreamyAltarBoy, do solemnly swear that I shall never breach the trust implicit in the giving or receiving of BIE, home made private porn, nor anything given in good faith (short of evidence of felonious activity), under pain and penalty of the wrath of the internet.
 
2013-01-26 03:35:51 PM

miscreant: cig-mkr: Stupid is as stupid does. NEVER EVER have a picture taken of you that you wouldn't show your parents..DUH !

Never trust your boyfriend/spouse!

That's essentially what you're saying. I had pictures of my ex. I deleted them when we separated. The thought of posting them online never crossed my mind, and it was hardly an amiable split.


Ditto and ditto. Had a couple of my X who I despise.. Couldn't press the SHIFT-DEL keys fast enough. Would have never thought of posting them online and if I were to find another one on my computer it also would be deleted. These men have issues and they need help.

Girls.. Don't take pictures of yourself naked. Don't allow men to do so either.. Even if there is nothing nefarious about it and even if your man doesn't post them on the internet they could still end up there. Whatever application you're using could upload them to the internet (think Photobucket). Your phone or camera could get stolen.. etc etc. Unfortunately the technology we use today doesn't allow us to get naked in front of cameras without risk. There are real creeps out there that would love to associate a naked picture to an actual person and then link their facebook pages and shiat to them.. Crazy farks.
 
2013-01-26 03:46:30 PM

miscreant: downstairs: Yeah, but what if you took the photo of your GF?

Again... its obviously completely wrong to post them without her permission. But is it illegal?

Possibly. IANAL though. For something like that you might need a waiver to post them. It's not like they're out in public, which usually gives photographers/journalists an out.


In general, commercial use requires a model release. Still a civil matter, though.
 
2013-01-26 03:47:00 PM

DreamyAltarBoy: I DreamyAltarBoy, do solemnly swear that I shall never breach the trust implicit in the giving or receiving of BIE, home made private porn, nor anything given in good faith (short of evidence of felonious activity), under pain and penalty of the wrath of the internet.


Amen,

Got some BIE a few weeks ago. A couple of hours later I got the "Uhm, please don't share those email".

Honey, the images were already filed in my cranial spank bank and deleted from the hard drive by then.
 
2013-01-26 03:56:29 PM
weknowmemes.com
 
2013-01-26 03:59:23 PM
Whether you sext your goods are not, you're not safe from "revenge porn" or unwanted embarrassment and exposure. Assuming a believable body size can be attached, your FACE is your most identifiable feature and how hard is that for a jilted lover to shop onto some nameless T and A, or some nameless man's nude body- which is then perceived by the world as your body, being that you were a shameless whore who sent your pics around.

The train has left the station. Who knows what technology is right around the corner that makes it even easier to misrepresent your image online.
 
2013-01-26 04:06:56 PM
I have nothing against porn sites as long as their the legal variety. However any porn site that hosts unwilling participants deserves to get sued into oblivion. When I first heard about this I assumed it was simply a publicity stunt to drum up business, now it looks like it's real. I would ask how anybody could be so stupid, but Fark has proven just how many stupid people are out there.
 
2013-01-26 04:08:48 PM

YouPeopleAreCrazy: "...names, home and email addresses, and other biographical information."

OK, that's just wrong.


I've said it during the gun debates and whenever else there is a discussion about putting other peoples personal info on the web.

The time to complain about it was back when they started doing it to sex offenders.

First they came for the sex offenders and I did not speak up because I was not a sex offender.....
 
2013-01-26 04:09:47 PM
I revise my opinion to "burn them at the stake for all the world to see". A few assholes like these discourage private pics for everyone else that would never dream of something like this. Burn em'.
 
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