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If you want to be perverted and have nudie pics taken of yourself, right or wrong really doesn't play into it. You consented. Do I agree with someone posting it? No. But then again I have enough common sense not to have them taken in the first place. If you are depending on the state to protect you from your own stupidity, then I'm sorry but you are apparently to ignorant to be on the loose in the open.
If you are stupid enough to trust someone with nudes of you, well you deserve what ever happens.
It's called the consequences of your own actions, and it's not governments job to protect you from that.
Is An Oral Contract Legally Enforceable?
Generally speaking, an oral contract is indeed legally enforceable (although for most complicated contracts such as those in complex commercial transactions, the contractual parties usually create agreements in writing in order to avoid any dispute regarding the terms). However, certain types of contracts, for example those creating rights and obligations in and over real property, must, as a matter of law, be in writing to be legally enforceable.
reply to post by SadistNocturne
I disagree. Within the context that I have described throughout this thread is that this type of activity that I have been associated with was under the complete understanding that it was between my husband and I.
That is a contractual agreement albeit a verbal one. There is civil law that would protect individuals under these circumstances. However a breach of this contract walked through the civil court system would never make me whole again which is the purpose of contract law. The damage would be irreparable.
I don't think you are considering all of the different circumstances in which such an event could occur.edit on 2-10-2013 by GrantedBail because: (no reason given)
It is an assault as far as I am concerned and has already been codified into criminal law statutes.
At common law, an assault is an intentional act by one person that creates an apprehension in another of an imminent harmful or offensive contact.
edit on 2-10-2013 by GrantedBail because: (no reason given)