These were a far cry from the bare-bum or strategically-placed-guitar pics Bieber himself has posted on Instagram, though. This time, a photographer snapped pictures of Bieber with a telephoto lens and without the pop star's knowledge while he was vacationing in Bora Bora. So is that legal?
If anyone doubts that the royal family still rules in the United Kingdom Clarence House has specifically requested that British publications not print or post the pics of the year-old's royal bum online due to the implied privacy violation that occurred when a visitor to Harry's Las Vegas hotel suite snapped a couple of cell phone pics. Lady Gaga thinks whoever took those pics is a "s--tty friend".
Word to the wise: While you may want to share Vanessa Hudgens' topless photos with all your friends and family, you'd be wise not to post them on your blog. Or your Facebook page. Or your Twitter feed.
Privacy cannot be protected from a voyeuristic culture by more laws. The proposal from pretty much every quarter is that we need tougher laws to prevent such creepy encroachment into the private sphere, and maybe even the power to punish people simply for looking at the pics. Such suggestions represent a double whammy of wrongness. First, by threatening to unleash even greater authoritarian control over the internet.
Imagine a woman does a Google search on her own name and up comes a page featuring a naked photo that she sent to an ex-boyfriend. There are links to her Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn account. In the comment thread, anonymous trolls critique every inch of her body.
Timothy Gerber of Chesterfield is facing two charges of sending obscene photos to a Chesterfield woman through text message. That woman tells us she met Gerber online through a dating website, but never met him in person. This all dates back to about 2 years ago.
As draws near, more of the technological natives are earning their ranks among these established fields. For example, the average age of matriculating medical students for the year was 24, which means the average medical student is a millennial. One prominent consequence is that doctors are becoming much more technologically savvy as medical techniques, procedures, and protocols evolve with the incoming influx of millennial medical students.
Justin Bieber 's legal team is not happy with the New York Daily Newsand they're threatening legal action as a consequence. The site published nude images of the pop singer on Wednesday Oct. A small modesty bar was added on to conceal his private parts, but it didn't take long for the original, uncensored images to make their way onto the internet and put Bieber on full, unintended display. According to The Hollywood ReporterBieber's lawyers sent a cease and desist letter to the NYDN shortly after the images were published to the site, demanding they be removed within 12 hours of receipt.
February 24, AP —Social-networking and news site Reddit says it will remove photos, videos and links with explicit content if the person in the image hasn't given permission for it to be posted. The move marks a shift for the online venue, which has had a hands-off approach to privacy, largely allowing its million users to police their own forums within certain guidelines such as no child pornography or spam.