By SexyPlayer9 - 24/07/2009 05:23 - United States
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how is this an 'idiotic assumtion' "mlleangeligue"? Its either a MALE or FEMALE. 50% chance. Furthermore, the OP was taking a picture of a woman, hence increasing the % that this person would be a man. You fail at life, just becauase of your name. I know people like you. Sitting behind your pc screen being the 'badass' but once the shit hits the fan you will be the first person to run away. Go die in a hole.
Dude, i say mobile device and you immediatly a) assume its a shitty apple product b) insult me. How far up your ass could your head possibly be? Again, another 17 year old girl with an ego the size of ur-anus (assuming uranus is pretty damn huge). Instead of posting 'FIRST AH MAH GAWD ORGASM!!!!111!!!!!' I posted something different, which does not offend you, so could you please stop wasting electricity and bandwidth and just join mlleangeligue in a hole, somewhere far
Nothing weird or illegal about taking a picture of a person who is in public. Perhaps you could have held a humorous sign under her face when taking the picture.... like.... "BJ Special: $2". Some people think they have a "right to privacy" when they are in public. You have a right to be lampooned.
God what is wrong with everyone! Can we stop bitching and moaning please? If can't see the gender on your mobile device, peoc, then that's fine. I was just telling #8 how people know the OP's a woman. If you yourself can't read it, then just read the comments, and it'll be obvious. But I do have to say that fmylife.com on mobiles and stuff is just awful. I can only use this site on a computer. Taking pictures/videos of people without their permission is illegal of course, at least where I live. But of course that's never really enforced.
Did you know that it's illegal to take pictures of people without their consent? Good job you tool.
Do you know that you do not know your butt from a hole in the ground? We all know it. Consent is given when you walk into public. Consent needed if I intend to use your picture in a for-profit commercial venture. You think paparazzi have signed consent forms to publish celeb pictures that trolls like you drool over in the check-out line at WalMart? Stay out of law.
No it's not illegal to take pictures of people in public, it would be illegal if you took pictures of random people and then either sold them or tried to make money off of them in some way, or if you used it some sort of malicious intent, that could be considered slanderous. Think about how many random strangers are in pictures people take, all that would be illegal based on your logic.
Exactly, people are accidentally in pictures people take all the time, when you take a picture in a public place, people are going to be in them, its not easily avoidable. And according to #13's logic, it would be illegal to take pictures in public places like amusment parks, malls, restaurantes, etc. So good job #13, I would not pursure a career in law if I were you.
It's a completely different matter when someone DELIBERATELY involves someone else in a picture and doesn't even try to be discreet about it. And yes, it IS illegal here to take pictures of someone without their consent. Taking a picture of your family in a park while people walk by in the background is a completely different matter to taking a picture of someone you don't know when they're unaware.