No Expectation of Privacy. Really?

The Massachusetts  Supreme Court recently ruled that unauthorized up skirt shots (photos or videos taken up a woman’s skirt or dress) are legal.  Apparently the anti-peeping Tom law was written too narrowly and does not include the “up skirt” concept.  According to the article at Thinkprogess.org (http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2014/03/05/3365631/massachusetts-upskirt-legal/) the defense argued that the defendant/up skirt photographer was exercising his freedom of speech.  I don’t know how the court addressed that particular argument.

The lesson to be learned is … take care what you wear and where you where it.

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