Thank Gawd cell phones didn’t exist when I was in college.
Filed under Science Marches Onward
Having two young children growing up in the age of camera phones and social networks is daunting. One wrong email, text, or post is all it takes.
Yep. And that is just a small part of it.
Rush Limbaugh thinks the player had his privacy violated by the slut who is acting like she’s the victim here.😉
Just because I took out a billboard to describe my sexual exploits doesn’t give a MAN the right to talk about my sexual exploits.
Thank God we didn’t have Cell phone camera’s. I can assure you there would be multiple Youtube video’s of my Stupid young ass, in multple dangerous and problably illegal situations. In 10 or 15 years can you imagin the amount of dirt that one will be able to dig up on politicians, cops, teachers, etc?
“Are you recording this?”
Appreciate the ‘Fletch’ reference…
The good thing is that people will learn at an early age how to respect privacy when playing a practical joke. Cases like this and Ravi’s will sharpen the sensitivity, one at the time.
Yeah, phone camera rolling when cutting on the lights during a teen circle jerk would be priceless. That and lighting farts that no one believes nowadays.
What is interesting is the attitude among us that a cell phone recording during our college days would have been interesting.
I’m missing something. Did she have sex with the roomate while this guy with the camera phone was in the room with them? That’s what it sounds like and if so how can you violate her privacy if she was having sex in front of someone else? She had no expectation of privacy unless the phone was turned on remotely. No expectation of privacy /no violation of the privacy interest.
It’s a semiprivate room, like in a hospital. Could they have an expectation of semiprivacy? And she may end up semipregnant? And buys a semi-truck with the lawsuit money she gets from the semiasshole with the semimovie camera?
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