posted on Oct, 2 2013 @ 01:11 PM
I don't see any argument here, you have the right to free speech, not the right to post pictures of others, please show me anywhere in the
constitution it states you have the right to post photo's of others, it does not, of course photography did not exist at the time of writing, but
When such pictures are taken, as they often are between lovers, there is normally a mutual understanding that the pictures will be kept private, in
effect a mutual contract of what those pictures are to be used for, and a contract is legally binding. I have some such pictures of previous lovers, I
would not dream of posting them on line, but then I guess honor has no meaning any more, I always believed a man's word was his bond, I can see this
is not the case for a lot of people posting here, I guess I should not be surprised.
It's all well and good saying "well you shouldn't of done it in the first place" if you are in a loving relationship you tend to trust that
person. I really can't understand why people want to defend others for being nasty, vindictive people? The first amendment was not designed so people
could harass others, it was designed so that people could talk about the government, be critical of said government or people in power without the
fear of persecution, such as those who before the revolution talked out against English policies were charged with sedition, it was not granted so
people could be persecuted, it was to prevent persecution.