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(CF News 13)   Police officer keeps nude selfies on her work computer, could be forbidden from being a police officer in Florida. Maybe she should try running for New York City mayor instead   (cfnews13.com) divider line 106
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2013-07-25 10:39:44 PM  
Something stinks really badly about this story.  As in, maybe she had beef with another officer (male?), the superior officer took his side, and then together the good old boys they ran her out of the department by shaming her, showing everyone her selfies, which the first officer (her ex boyfriend?) already had, maybe, and they somehow found their way onto her "work" computer, and she's too farking embarassed to defend herself?

Yes, it's a total outrage, she should never work again the reporter echoes.  FARK!!

she needs ... <seinfeldlawyer.jpg>
 
2013-07-25 10:43:50 PM  
You may have a valid point. She would need a forensic inspection of her work computer though. And that may how the pictures were found.
 
2013-07-25 11:17:25 PM  
I never got this distinction between a "personal" computer and a "work" computer.  Computers are computers.

That said, don't take semi-nude selfies in your police uniform.
 
2013-07-25 11:36:58 PM  
as said in the other redlit thread

This thread is useless without pictures, and the ones in the article are not the ones I am talking about

/if you know what I mean
 
2013-07-25 11:52:15 PM  
How big is her penis?
 
2013-07-26 01:21:51 AM  

AirForceVet: You may have a valid point. She would need a forensic inspection of her work computer though. And that may how the pictures were found.


I agree something stinks. I'm not sure it involves sabotage or planting evidence.

More along the lines of the super knowing what she did on the side and thinking he could leverage that for sexytime?

Or just acting however the hell he pleased knowing he could have her investigated and bully her into dropping harassment charges in exchange for not completely destroying her life.

Yeah, smells like a smear job, but no way to tell really.
 
2013-07-26 01:51:10 AM  

bighairyguy: How big is her penis?


i.imgur.com

After Chernobyl it fell off.
 
2013-07-26 01:55:05 AM  
On a computer is a cop beside her motorcar,
Fellow officers poking 'round behind her back,
For the Sergeant didn't wear a mac,
Even in the pouring rain.
Very strange.

Penny Dane is on your screen and in your files,
Barely-clad in blue-uniformed style,
She sits and meanwhile back in...

Penny Dane, she was a sergeant with siome nudie pics,
And in her pocket was a letter; she resigned.
She liked to keep her Crown Vic so fine.
'Twas a fine machine.
Never mind...

Penny Dane is on your screen and in your files...
 
2013-07-26 02:00:32 AM  
"We'll be going after her license so that she can never become a cop again.  Never be a cop anywhere in the state of Florida."

Doesn't that seems a tad harsh over a few nude pics? This is the kind of thing you expect if they found child porn on someones computer, not some self nude shots. I suspect there's a lot more to this story.
 
2013-07-26 02:15:37 AM  

ReapTheChaos: "We'll be going after her license so that she can never become a cop again.  Never be a cop anywhere in the state of Florida."

Doesn't that seems a tad harsh over a few nude pics? This is the kind of thing you expect if they found child porn on someones computer, not some self nude shots. I suspect there's a lot more to this story.


It does seem pretty harsh, almost vindictive. As mentioned above, I'd be interested in knowing why someone else was going through her computer looking at images in the first place. I could be that the machine was in for maintenance, upgrade, etc... But, unless she had them in a folder on her desktop labeled something like "Sexy Pics of Me" I don't understand why someone would, officially, scan the machine for dirty pictures.
 
2013-07-26 03:28:40 AM  
I'm willing to bet she had auto sync turned on and when she plugged her phone into the computer to charge it pulled all the photos onto the computer.
 
2013-07-26 03:30:12 AM  

serial_crusher: I never got this distinction between a "personal" computer and a "work" computer.  Computers are computers.


One is your property, the other is your employer's property.

It's the same difference between your car and someone else's car.  If I put naked pictures of myself in my car, I'm legally okay.  If I go to the mall and put naked pictures of myself in other people's cars - yeah, prison time.
 
2013-07-26 03:31:48 AM  
I'm too drunk to make a "Penny Lane" joke. Somebody help me.

/something something fish and finger pie
 
2013-07-26 03:33:23 AM  
Chitwood says that he never heard anything like this case in his 26 years of policing.

Hey Chitwood!  They are called Q-Tips.  Check them out!
 
2013-07-26 03:35:39 AM  
This case will contribute to rape culture.
 
2013-07-26 03:35:59 AM  
Cops are public service employees, same as teachers. If a teacher was dumb enough to upload pics to her desktop pc (and that hard drive does not belong to her), you better believe she would be dumped. Same with cops I imagine. I would think it's the same for many private sector jobs as well. You want to upload your nudies to a hard drive that is not yours, best of luck in the new job hunt. It's just really stupid to do. Vindictive? Maybe she wouldn't take the IT geek up on a night out on town. Who knows. It's still not defensible.
 
2013-07-26 03:38:29 AM  

Philbb: As mentioned above, I'd be interested in knowing why someone else was going through her computer looking at images in the first place. I could be that the machine was in for maintenance, upgrade, etc... But, unless she had them in a folder on her desktop labeled something like "Sexy Pics of Me" I don't understand why someone would, officially, scan the machine for dirty pictures.


Many (most?) employers, including government, use software that remotely scans networked computers for forbidden content.  "Forbidden" usually includes - games, unlicensed software, digital media without DRM (ripped music), and yes personal photos.  This all happens automatically, similar to a virus scan.  And this isn't just at mega-secure corporations.  It is extremely common now.
 
2013-07-26 03:40:58 AM  
That's nothing. We've found bestiality porn on an OBGYN doctor's server share before.

Punishment? A slap on the wrist.
 
2013-07-26 03:41:38 AM  
As technology and culture move forward, I expect we'll see a lot less of this kind of misuse of technology. People will learn that they don't have to keep their pictures on their computers, but use anonymous, password protected upload sites to store intimate photos.

Culture doesn't adapt as fast as technology, but as Gen-X dies off, we'll see the tech savvy younger generations properly and safely using this new technology.
 
2013-07-26 03:48:56 AM  

ReapTheChaos: "We'll be going after her license so that she can never become a cop again.  Never be a cop anywhere in the state of Florida."

Doesn't that seems a tad harsh over a few nude pics? This is the kind of thing you expect if they found child porn on someones computer, not some self nude shots. I suspect there's a lot more to this story.


Yep. Especially since, "The pictures were discovered during an internal investigation, which started after Dane filed a complaint against another officer."
 
2013-07-26 03:53:05 AM  
So sad how this country reacts to sex or violence. Naked pics of a cop on a police computer system, move to fire that person. A cop shoots and kills a person, DA doesn't file charges or cop serves a paid suspension.
 
2013-07-26 03:58:15 AM  
Also, before you get outraged at companies for doing this - I absolutely assure you it is 95% just plain CYA for the company.

If a co-worker accidentally sees a picture of you naked at work (even if they were snooping in your stuff, and it was their fault), they can sue the company for millions for "creating and allowing a hostile work environment."

Any and ALL ultra-hyper-sensitivity about this topic can safely be attributed to certain gender-based empowerment movements in recent decades.  For example, looking at a person the wrong way in the workplace can result in a civil lawsuit against the company.  Yes literally, just looking at someone.  Not kidding - it's in your EEOC manual you were given when you got hired.  If someone (guess which gender) overhears you telling a dirty joke in private behind a closed door - lawsuit.   So nakedness - yeah that's light years over the line.
 
2013-07-26 03:59:44 AM  
Man!  I hope her body is better looking than her face.  She should have worn a bag over her head, that way they would not know it was her.
 
2013-07-26 04:00:50 AM  
That's Rob Riggle in drag.
 
2013-07-26 04:01:28 AM  

ReapTheChaos: "We'll be going after her license so that she can never become a cop again.  Never be a cop anywhere in the state of Florida."

Doesn't that seems a tad harsh over a few nude pics? This is the kind of thing you expect if they found child porn on someones computer, not some self nude shots. I suspect there's a lot more to this story.


Still.

The best way to avoid this is to NOT KEEP NUDE PICS OF YOURSELF (or indeed anyone else) ON YOUR WORK COMPUTER. I'd have a lot of sympathy for her if the nudie shots were found in her private computer or on her phone (although I'd be, girl, WTF?), but when you start keeping naked shots of yourself in a place where anyone can find them, and your boss can access them whenever he wants--then its only a matter of time before someone DOES find them, and probably not in the way you wanted.

It's just modern exhibitionism, imo.
 
2013-07-26 04:18:07 AM  
She should have shot a black kid wearing a hoodie. She would have had a cop job for life.
 
2013-07-26 04:18:07 AM  
Truecrypt on a flashdrive with a distress partition that has copies of your tax returns or bank statements.

There, was that so hard?
 
2013-07-26 04:18:07 AM  

serial_crusher: I never got this distinction between a "personal" computer and a "work" computer.  Computers are computers.

That said, don't take semi-nude selfies in your police uniform.



You don't understand the difference between your pen and the pen that the company gave you to do your job?
 
2013-07-26 04:18:07 AM  
Better off if she'd have shot an unarmed black kid wearing a hoodie while she was nude.
 
2013-07-26 04:19:55 AM  
She's just a little horny and lonely, that's all.
 
2013-07-26 04:24:12 AM  
It says it came to light AFTER she filed a report against a fellow officer.....perhaps she made a money grab by trying to say someone sexually harassed her...they looked for evidence on her computer and bingo her pics popped up? That would also explain trying to run her out of law enforcement if she was acting like a money hungry lying tool.
 
2013-07-26 04:24:53 AM  

ThrobblefootSpectre: If I go to the mall and put naked pictures of myself in other people's cars - yeah, prison time.


I think I know you.  This explains a lot of things.
 
2013-07-26 04:26:41 AM  
"The pictures were discovered during an internal investigation, which started after Dane filed a complaint against another officer. "

Nothing to see here, move along, folks.
 
2013-07-26 04:26:45 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-07-26 04:27:41 AM  

The All-Powerful Atheismo: ThrobblefootSpectre: If I go to the mall and put naked pictures of myself in other people's cars - yeah, prison time.

I think I know you.  This explains a lot of things.


You got one of my pictures?
 
2013-07-26 04:28:44 AM  
Isn't that a Farkett?
/ first name is of the canine kind
 
2013-07-26 04:28:51 AM  

ThrobblefootSpectre: Philbb: As mentioned above, I'd be interested in knowing why someone else was going through her computer looking at images in the first place. I could be that the machine was in for maintenance, upgrade, etc... But, unless she had them in a folder on her desktop labeled something like "Sexy Pics of Me" I don't understand why someone would, officially, scan the machine for dirty pictures.

Many (most?) employers, including government, use software that remotely scans networked computers for forbidden content.  "Forbidden" usually includes - games, unlicensed software, digital media without DRM (ripped music), and yes personal photos.  This all happens automatically, similar to a virus scan.  And this isn't just at mega-secure corporations.  It is extremely common now.


Really, the software has become good enough to identify dirty pictures? I remember hearing about such capabilities a while back. I guess I just wasn't aware that it had become so effective.
 
2013-07-26 04:29:37 AM  
pics or it didn't happen
 
2013-07-26 04:32:09 AM  

ThrobblefootSpectre: The All-Powerful Atheismo: ThrobblefootSpectre: If I go to the mall and put naked pictures of myself in other people's cars - yeah, prison time.

I think I know you.  This explains a lot of things.

You got one of my pictures?


I must have.  That poor goat!
 
2013-07-26 04:33:11 AM  

ThrobblefootSpectre: Philbb: As mentioned above, I'd be interested in knowing why someone else was going through her computer looking at images in the first place. I could be that the machine was in for maintenance, upgrade, etc... But, unless she had them in a folder on her desktop labeled something like "Sexy Pics of Me" I don't understand why someone would, officially, scan the machine for dirty pictures.

Many (most?) employers, including government, use software that remotely scans networked computers for forbidden content.  "Forbidden" usually includes - games, unlicensed software, digital media without DRM (ripped music), and yes personal photos.  This all happens automatically, similar to a virus scan.  And this isn't just at mega-secure corporations.  It is extremely common now.


"The pictures were discovered during an internal investigation, which started after Dane filed a complaint against another officer. "
 
2013-07-26 04:36:40 AM  

Philbb: Really, the software has become good enough to identify dirty pictures? I remember hearing about such capabilities a while back. I guess I just wasn't aware that it had become so effective.


No actually, I didn't mean to imply that.  It will detect probable non-work related content, if you have a lot or routinely copy images to and from your computer.  It just sends an email to the IT dept.  A human still has to decide if they are offensive or not.
 
2013-07-26 04:39:22 AM  

The All-Powerful Atheismo: I must have.  That poor goat!


It was completely consensual.  And she likes that outfit, btw.
 
2013-07-26 04:39:31 AM  

ThrobblefootSpectre: A human still has to decide if they are offensive or not.


Are there any job openings? I'd be great at that!
 
2013-07-26 04:42:01 AM  
Oh, come on.
Get a grip...
 
2013-07-26 04:42:33 AM  

ThrobblefootSpectre: Philbb: As mentioned above, I'd be interested in knowing why someone else was going through her computer looking at images in the first place. I could be that the machine was in for maintenance, upgrade, etc... But, unless she had them in a folder on her desktop labeled something like "Sexy Pics of Me" I don't understand why someone would, officially, scan the machine for dirty pictures.

Many (most?) employers, including government, use software that remotely scans networked computers for forbidden content.  "Forbidden" usually includes - games, unlicensed software, digital media without DRM (ripped music), and yes personal photos.  This all happens automatically, similar to a virus scan.  And this isn't just at mega-secure corporations.  It is extremely common now.


No.
 
2013-07-26 04:50:17 AM  

wallywam1: No.


Um, yes.
 
2013-07-26 04:52:10 AM  

The All-Powerful Atheismo: I think I know you.  This explains a lot of things.


SF, eh?  Let me guess.  We went to college together.
 
2013-07-26 04:53:39 AM  
skreened.com
 
2013-07-26 04:57:36 AM  
British hot.
 
2013-07-26 05:11:27 AM  
My wife asked what sexting was.  I said I'd show her.

FAIL... my phone doesn't have a macro lens...
 
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