Wednesday, December 5, 2012 11:16:05 AM
Now that case dealt more with money iirc Sounds about right... For some reason my brain made a permanent link between "Hindu God Krishna" and "public forum". Probably some trick I used to remember the case name from my time at University.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 10:10:17 AM
I hate people like this. Technicly obeying the law, but making a spectacle of themselves, hoping to incite an incident to gain fame. In a just society, the airport offical would have been allowed to dive them from the property with a horse whip.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 9:29:29 AM
But they they started posted shots thought could easily identify the person and to ME that crossed the line. Sorry but these people know what they look like. If you don't want to be a potential item of public ridicule, you should present yourself in public better. It may be in bad taste to mock, but it`s not like they pulled one of these people`s ass cheeks out of their jorts or anything.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 9:24:18 AM
Listypoos- I was wondering about harassment and/or slander. Something to look into, just out of curiosity.
CrakrJak- So minors have rights against their picture being taken or posted or both? I figure there are no "internet laws" either. When it comes down to this issue OR starting up laws (aka censorship) on the internet, I would choose to not have the internet censored. Only because I know that once things are governed it will go far beyond reasonable.
BoredFrank- Your comment made me laugh and I did like the site when it first came out because you always saw just the ass crack. Or you saw just the ill-fitting clothes, etc. But they they started posted shots thought could easily identify the person and to ME that crossed the line.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 8:37:03 AM
@HA: Exactly my point. Now that case dealt more with money iirc, but it's still been used to curb free speech in airports. I don`t agree with the ruling, but if that`s the current law then that`s what it is.