I support tax dollars going into research as to why someone would racy pictures
of themselves if they weren't intending on sharing them. If you are
married, I get it. Otherwise, you're taking it to show off. Then you claim
that you didn't want them shared?I'm not saying I accept a
violation of privacy. I don't.I'm not saying "it's
their own dumb fault". It isn't.I would also be pretty
embarrassed in their position. And everyone goes 'near the fire' at
some point with some problem in their life. Everyone is prone to make mistakes.
So no hard feelings or judgement.I'm just saying that a means
of prevention exists: don't take the pictures to begin with. So our focus
now should be less on crucifying whoever did this and more on moving forward
with better care to avoid this in the future..
On line photos will leak.