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REVENGE PORN: CA lawmakers passed a bill that would punish scorned ex-lovers who post online nude images of their former partners. It's now headed to Gov. Brown's desk.
Should the governor sign the bill into law?
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(Type: photo | Published: 2013-09-13T02:01:02+0000)
[truly perris] - Not really. A new can of worms. If you don't want pics like being posted - don't take them.
[magno israel espejel] - Too late ..poor kim kardashian..
[jesse ball] - We need a law for everything, I can't wait until all our laws make us all safe and happy! Rich too, we need a law making us all rich.
[dave stephen] - Just stupid we have enough laws
[glen robison] - Forget about personal accountability. How about people don't take nude shots in the first place?
[trevor setzer] - Don't take nude pics of yourself to begin with. have some common sense ladies, and gentlemen.
[amber stanton-bell] - I think they should. Absolutely. It's wrong to ruin someone's life because they don't want to be with you. And it's so immature.
[lisa gillette-glick] - Are you kidding me? How about personal responsibility? If you are stupid enough to pose nude.....
[falan taylor] - Great because in marriages you trust so deeply but in divorce it's all about humiliating and hurting the other one. I agree make it a law!
[shawn boyle] - This will be easy to beat("I got hacked"), and waste court money and time.
[mary alida hornaday] - Of course it should be passed. How is it NOT ALREADY illegal to post pictures or video of someone naked and/or performing sexual acts without their permission?
[monique inked esquivel] - They shouldnt do it in the first place!!!"
[jeff gross] - What is up with all these bullsh!t laws being written in CA lately. Its like the Democrats went on a rampage!
[cool too suave b] - This is a ridiculous waste of time!
[jackie rawlings] - Must have a lot of lawmakers and wealthy men in fear they will be exposed on sex partners.. former Mayor Bob Filner must be worried as he has had 20 years of feeling on women and he might have taken pictures.
[danita saulsberry] - It doesn't matter whether you trust the person or not....don't take pics you wouldn't want your gramma to see!
[gary pulver] - I agree if you don't want them on the net don't take them, don't make the government in charge of your poor judgement.
[amy hill-france] - Don't have pictures taken to begin with! Story over
[amy roesner-ramsey] - While I feel people should perhaps make wiser decisions in their personal activities, in the event of even in the case where someone is married and trusts the person with their life and an activity of this type, divorce sometimes regretably occurs unexpectedly and bitter exes behave badly and in this way. So I say yes; sign it into law. Don't do it in the first place, but yes, a person's body is their own personal possession and while they are legally free to share it with whomever they like, it is nite for that person to share with others without their consent; it is a form of theft and should be illegal.
[jesus duarte] - No. If you're stupid enough to send nude pics, then deal with it.
[sally stewart] - We do not need a law for this. People need to behave like responsible adults. Remember, YOU chose this person, you are only slamming your own credibility. Grow up.
[brandon estrella] - You play with matches...here's a tip don't shoot out mass nude pics then no problems. Remember the only one to blame is you. I vote no on this bill.
[tracie osborn] - Everyone else that doesn't understand that domestic violence doesn't start out with a punch, it starts out with manipulations, name calling, and threats....... Then the stalking, the checking up on and the punches and throwing around comes!!!
[randy humphrey] - You don't want people posting nude pics of you, don't pose for them
[anthony kimbirk] - Great another thing to be illegal and clog the courts up. Don't take naked pictures! Problem solved.
[thomas partin] - Everyone of us has done at least once, so of us more. It's passion and love. No one should ever post out of anger or revenge. But there is a fix to it. After you have your fun and rewatch it.ERASE IT ALWAYS. Can always do it again. Teenagers don't think far enough into this so there should be a way to protect them. We seen teenagers kill themselves over this stuff, so yes I agree a law is in order. Just my two cents
[len venc] - I better start sending more nude pictures of my ex before it becomes law
[vickiy loomis ross] - Yes because people abuse trust in others but they should know better and not do that in the first place
[peggy dougherty] - There aren't any issues more important than this? Sheesh!!
[curtis thomas] - Oh brother, aren't there more important issues? Wtf?
[len venc] - I just posted some naked pictures of my ex
[ivan cornejo] - What!? $10 minimum wage . increase, which will force downsizing. Now this, who writes these Bo boo laws??
[glenda garcia] - good grief..how sad it has come to the point of needing a bill to try and stop this bad behavior.
[amity riha] - I think it's a good idea
[tommy hajimoto] - Sounds like Governor Brown got in trouble and needs insurance, just on case? Like forget everything else, this law passes NOW!
[robert diaz] - That's just stupid they have more imoortant stuff that needs fixing
[richard singer] - Keep the government out of the bedroom!
[melissa moore] - no. if you don't want your naked pics on the net, either 1.) don't give them to a fool who'll post them on the net, 2.) don't take naked pics, or 3.) accept the fact that the ENTIRE WORLD is now wanking off to you. get over yourself, and keep the law out of it.
[kent appel] - I would support this new law, however, it would be a good idea for people to not take nude photos or make sex videos, even with a consenting partner, in the first place. If people did that, there would be no need for a law outlawing revenge porn.
[sarah williams] - Where I totally agree posting pic like that for revenge or out of anger is totally wrong and despicable, adults are acutely aware of what can happen with nude pics. I see no reason why the government needs to protect us from ourselves in such situations. Take responsibility for ones choices to take such photos.
[laola lilo guerrero] - Aren't there issues more important than this? Yes, of course, but this is at the front. No wonder CA is in the mess it's in.
[tammi hoang] - Shouldn't be filming while have sex....stuff like this always happen.
[daniel swaby] - Shouldn't they we working on real issues like the budget or schools and getting California back on its feet.
[len venc] - Why are lawmakermaking laws ,we the people should have the final vote .lawmakers want to pass this law to protect themselfs jaja
[david magdaleno] - Its easy to get the other person in trouble with this, just post em yourself and say the other person leaked em. bs law
[brandi andrade] - It's funny everyone on here (but a few people) agree about not doing it in the first place. I agree. But we live in a society where, when poor decisions are made people lay blame elsewhere. It's everyone else's fault. We live in a something for nothing type of world. People no longer want to be held responsible for THEIR OWN ACTIONS.
[michael staubly] - Another law that protects idiots. Aren't there better laws to pass?
[kenny keyes] - That idiot will sign anything
[martin haggett] - I better start posting before it's too late
[don ten napel] - Now wouldnt that be something if a pissed off female posted revenge porn of me and I got tons of dating offers from it ? LOL
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[leopoldo oliver iii] - Maybe time to leave Calif.
[daniel salas] - Hahaha ... THIS is what the clowns up north are busy doing? Well, that and shredding the constitution and bill of rights.
[karen nyhlen] - No. We already have the right to control our name and likeness. There are laws in place. Don't take nude pictures if you don't want to be on the internet. All pictures end up on the internet.
[jerardo garcia] - So every one that puts yes has a homemade porn. :)
[richard clark] - dont do it jerry, i still wanna expose my lady if i catch her with another man, its only fair.
[sharon trapp] - Here's a solution, DON'T send nude pics to anyone!! I'm so glad our lawmakers are working on really important things.....
[richard singer] - I enjoy watching them!
[peter bivona] - No! Freedom means freedom.
[ashlie grisham] - Yes punish the ex lovers. Whatever happened in the relationship stays between the two of you. Have the etiquette to keep anything you know of the other to yourself.
[laura cordova-james] - I think a law to sue the x lover with a greater penalty fee would be in order; but otherwise, nudity has got to stop being such a stigma in our culture. It shouldn't carry the power of shaming people like it does.
[xavier puente] - My sister in law is a dean at a middle school where kids text / share nude pics of their relatives, friends, and girlfriends. She informs the parents where she tells them that their child stands a chance of being labeled as a sexual predator bc they're sharing nude pics of young girls. The parents don't do anything where the child persists. I'm not surprised this law stands a chance of being signed.
[lauren colleen mason] - Lol funny how mostly men are making negative comments about this. Great law when people are trying to use pics as blackmail, or for a way to take a stab at somebody.
[tisa choate-fournier] - That's right Tracie Osborn his day will come and I will be your first witness!!!
[tracie osborn] - My ex husband is about to see KARMA
[billy syms] - Uh Thomas Partin, no. Many civilized human beings do not take nude pictures of their wives or girlfriends. Do not bunch us together with you degenerates.
[shell walker] - Hells yeah!!! No one deserves that male or female...
[dee n sim jones] - It's going to be hard to define what an "ex-lover" really is? Relationships? Marriages? One night stands? And it must be a mutual title of course. Good luck!
[john sison] - i understand the reason for the law. but, don't put yourself in that situation in the first place. leave the kinky sh*t behind closed doors.
[lizz moss] - do we NOT have more pressing issues right now as a state (country)? I know I DO >_<
[angela estrada] - Yes but don't put yourself in a possible situation like that think ahead anything can happen
[laura grover] - If it can be deemed slanderous, then yes. It just needs an official law to say this use is slanderous.
[itzel alvarado] - What if they promise to erase them afterwards lol ... =)
[joshua hackney] - And what's to stop a scorned ex lover from posting their own images from (another IP address) and stating it was YOU?
[juan goyeneche] - What happens if somebody takes pics of you when you are sleeping ?
[greg jr mendoza] - Awww thats sucks!
[ronny dawson] - Nope it's the only way she will learn. Don't let anyone have nude pictures. And if u let someone have nude pictures make it a point to be nice to that person.
[randall green] - I think law makers love to pass laws so it adds another feather to their hat. It helps them build their resumes so they can make more money. This bill has too many loop holes and is like many of our other laws (intended to do good), but are designed to be manipulated by the lawmakers themselves. I'm disgusted personally! Gov Brown, I'd much rather see the Govenator back in office than you.
[robert brantley] - No if your stupid enough to let them take nude pictures then you get what you deserve
[matthew aaron song] - there goes thedirty.com
[shane scissons] - Scorned lovers huh....just have to do it when you are still lovers. That isn't illegal yet. Kind of a shame too, media private property no longer exists because of this.
[christian mendez] - This interferes with my freedom of speech. Therefore it should not be signed or it should be thrown out by a court
[joshua andré] - now how will i get my rocks off?
[irene youse] - Yes, we need a bill like that because people are to stupid not to do it on their own! How do you violate someone you once loved, by humiliating them in front of the world, by posting private moments...
[penny barath] - To put it simply....don't take them if you don't want them to be seen by everybody and anybody!!! That's easy!!!
[luz maria calero] - yes pass the bill
[chris archuleta] - lord. another law. another law another law.. yeah big brother
[antonio gaona] - This is more and more a commi state
[robbie a. wright] - ONLY WOMEN WANT THIS BILL PASSED BUT THEY ARE the ONES WHO WILLINGLY POSE...
[lisa hofstee] - Yes ! Privacy yes yes yes !!!
[greg ramirez] - The law should make sex tapes and nude pictures illegal. Of course if that was the law, people would have a fit because they want to continue making sex tapes. Well don't complain when they end up on the Internet.
[samantha bridges] - Just bring back Stalin from the dead--Hitler too because there's no more freedom to do anything anymore! Ladies shouldn't be stupid sending nudes anyway I say they deserve to be exploited because they were stupid in the first place
[john plummer] - first you have to over turn the child support laws, sexual harassment laws, improve the wrongful terminations rules, high speed chase laws, and a ton more before you worry about this. this law is for the women crying foul about every dam thing.
[gitta waldbaum] - If they didn't make them in the first place, no worry, right?
[andrea white-legrand] - What a freakin waste of time - why would you take naked pics or make videos anyway! You don't do it just for this reason - so nobody else sees them.
[babette canton] - That blurred out picture in the camera is of some lady in a fighting ring of some sort, not of someone whose right to privacy is being violated.
[jeff cremeans] - Another stupid California law and waste of money.
[craig mclaughlin] - To bad this is unenforceable considering the person can just say he was hack or the video was stolen.
[tracie osborn] - Omg, that is complicated!!! Well, we change it one step at a time. ROME WAS NOT BUILT IN A DAY!! Mother Teresa said ” you change the world one person at a time”
[alice p madrid] - It should be for anyone posting pix without the persons permission!
[tracie osborn] - Thank you Tisa Choate-Fournier and Gina Rinehart
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[tracie osborn] - That night was horrid for you, me, Gina Rinehart and my son Jaymeson Mowdy
[tracie osborn] - Omg, karma is coming!!!!
[tisa choate-fournier] - Check this out Tracie Osborn!!
[howard johnson] - Of course there are more issues unless you are the one who is violated. Every issue we deal with on a daily basis is not the most important issue. Are they not dealt with regardless? No one in this situation should have their picture posted without their permission.
[danny vallejo] - How can they prove who took and posted the pictures? Are they going to subpoena records for every case? Sounds like a waste of money and resources in my opinion. Especially if the "victim" willingly took the pics. What's next?
[wendy orellana hernandez] - hell yes!!!! & I agree that if u don't anyone to see u on video or pics..DON'T take any!!!! But those looser who think its ok to degrade someone to make themselves look?feel better then yes u should get punished!!!!!
[julie do] - Pass it and get it over with! Sheesh
[susan wohl vedel] - It's our job to teach our children to be compassionate and make good decisions!
[susan wohl vedel] - There are already laws for this... How much more xplicit do we need to get.. It's not the governments job to teach morality...it's our job...all the time..that life!
[alice ordonez] - what a waste of time!!! Growe up and on't take them and u won't worry...
[eric brunst] - Really? Doesn't our government have better things to do?
[susan wohl vedel] - Gee I think I'll just set up my PR company and get ready for business...
[travon-a craven] - Yeah...some people don't know when to let go.
[mark leighton banning] - Does this happen often enough that they need a law against it?
[dion atondo] - Bunch of idiots...!
[jerry piaskowski] - No if one is dumb enough to allow nude pictures of themselves to taken with out control of the photos, negatives and or software deserves what they get.
[maryann sled] - Tough call on that one.
[jackie ayala-morreale] - If you don't want to be in an in compromising video........then don't do it!!!!!!....................... Be selective with who you are with!
[elizabeth san miguel] - It is better not to post these type of pictures but in the case where sometimes relationships don't end well. I think it would be a good idea.
[judy l taylor-williams] - Who takes nude photos anyways? Lol only someone who wants someone else to see it
[fred ruiz] - Waste of lawmakers time. The ex is the idiot for sending nude pics or videos. They should have to deal with the consequences for their actions. If that means getting plastered all over the internet then its on them.
[debbie jensen] - I think its a good idea, but think they should make it including only in lingere also!
[michael brown] - suckamento all they do is pass more and more laws enough already
[christina gonzalez] - It's about time!
[sylvia villamero] - along with a law against paparazzi. we didn't have these people back in the 50s thry 70s. why now?
[marylee ruiz] - Heck yea!!!! Sounds good to me!!!
[todd stout] - How about not allowing such photos to be taken of yourself in the first place?
[anne arocknrollr] - how about the IDIOTS dont take nude pics in the FIRST place !
[marychristine pena] - Seriously? no Seriously? this is what is on the minds of our elected officials! We cant solve the education crisis but we can come up with a stupid bill for idiots who photograph their escapades ....Geez....
[jeff carroll] - How do you prove it was for revenge
[wesley hackenberg] - Don't be an idiot and send nude pics with your face or recognizable things in it. That's rule 1 of sending pics.. Come on.. A law for this? That's absurd
[susan garcia] - No, they have more important things to sign first.. If your going to be recorder having sex with your partners then don't whine when they get posted online or youtube.. to bad KK...
[jeff carroll] - What's the point - just upload in another state
[katrina anafterdarkangel] - Benjamin Velasquez, didn't u read the article at all? It said the law was inspired by a 15 year old who passed out at a party, 3 boys took pics of them and her (basically rape since she can't consent since she's passed out) n then posted the pics. 8 days later she kills herself
[aaron villagran] - No it doesn't as long as you tell the truth or true facts about her it's legal!
[jennifer dasilva] - yes, this is is disgusting and petty thing to do. Not to mention dangerous
[patricia martins] - Yes by all means pass it! That is done out of vindictiveness very immature and childish can ruin someone maybe for life for an ignorant act of passion .
[alan parkman] - OK... where will it stop: Speaking the truth about your ex will be a crime next?
[laura martin] - If you don't want something posted on the internet don't let your picture be taken..its stupid to trust someone you are not married to.
[robbie a. wright] - Sometimes not!!!!!
[doug tauber] - Opens up a huge can of worms on The First Amendment. I doubt if it will pass the Constitutionality smell test.
[joshua delawrence] - I am with mellissa Moore sorry, you wonder why you start complaining about the government being in your business and messing everything up. You keep letting them by asking them to take care of you. Except responsibility and keep your closes on then. This is not only stupid but a violation of a persons first amendment rights. A woman can turn around a say he didn't have permission when he did before the break up. Total frivolous law that can never be upheld anyway.
[gregory mestlin] - I mean... does this really happen so often that there needs to be a law about it?
[shelly wilcox hamagishi] - Think twice before you pose!
[tracie osborn] - Ok, let's take naked pictures of you John John Plummer and show everybody on line with out your consent! With that said, make it s situation where someone slips you a Mickey and you are now a victim of nonconsent...... 3 men decide to rape you and post the pictures. How would you feel?? Still don't care? Still think this is only about the female sex?? Cuz it's not!! Until YOU WALK A MILE IN MY SHOES, DON'T BE QUICK TO JUDGE ME !! It's unfortunate for many and it needs to stop. People are seriously pushed over the edge and commit suicide.
[matt henderson] - a special law for this? Time well spent, you busy law makers.
[jeff soncrant] - How many laws do we need??? Why are they wasting tax payers money with this BS!!!!
[laura monahan] - Hell ya that's not right.
[kim giles] - Waste of time and energy..
[g n chris gutierrez] - Big brother again
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[jacqueline rodriguez] - Sounds reasonable
[benjamin velasquez] - No. If you're stupid enough to make a sex tape you shouldn't be protected.
[denise palma] - There goes my black mail idea for my bi-ex....ooops! #saidtoomuch lol very true tho!
[candy maruffo] - Yes I do think it should be a law... but I do no that if you take such videos it is a risk...but I like the law for protecting those that have no idea they are be video...it's completely wrong..
[arlene puccini- paulson] - YES, YES, YES.What was done in private stays in private.
[kimberly spencer] - Yep, and because you can't post anything about your divorce, or a court case. But really don't take them in the first place. Really, don't take nude pictures.
[alex raya] - Leave porn to the actors keep your private life to yourself no pics no problem!!!
[teresa caceres] - Does this affect b&d Arron Aaron Villagran
[mary sullivan reed] - People are Pigs today. No respect or decency. Pathetic.
[oscar flores] - Wtf for??? It's for everyones enjoyment
[judee paine] - What are you really going to do to them? Punish? How and what would that look like? Them being told in court not to do it, anymore? Again- jails are already all overcrowded- with a lot of trashy people who have no morals.... and get out quickly- because? Our jails are overcrowded... and we are supporting the prisoners in a better life style than our homeless live... and some families.
[kathy sperling] - We don't live in CA. anymore, but I hope the bill passes !
[mary kaufman] - Of course he should sign it!!
[mike mullen] - Thank God the Internet wasn't invented hen I was Dating
[roxana gomez] - About time they shoul
[claire telin] - Agree I sent many nude photos to my bf and he said he will use if against me if we break up
[manuel roberts] - Anyone know of a good sight
[karen trammell bucholzer] - Love Jerry Brown. Wish a was ca!
[annie sanchez] - ohhh yes for sure!!
[andrew leung] - NO - very hard to track down - the person that post it could use aliases and other means to hide their work online.
[dee n sim jones] - And what's this talk about not taking pics?! DUMB! Nothing wrong with taking pics/videos if you are in a trusting relationship! Just bc u take them doesnt make you irresponsible! It's only wrong &immature if your ex posts those pics in violation of your expectation of privacy!
[marlene abdel-nour] - Why do they take nude pictures and put together a sex tapes in the 1st. Place???
[benjamin torres] - Yup!!!
With no ? Ask...
[zachary franco] - A waste of the States money!
[marie hinch] - YES.!!
And other states need to follow suit...
[erika glander] - is that a wrestling picture? Everyone really is into the fight this weekend!!
[jeri mullican corrigan] - He has nothing better to do :/
[richard otero] - i'ts amazing how one idea or comment can divde a whole lot of people..
[dee orio] - Yup...should get fined and jailed depending on photo
[marj dee] - Isn't porn...porn? No matter who generates it? Arent there already laws that cover that?
[roland cunningham] - Richard Campbell
[sarah carter] - How about he signs into law that when people want their records expunged that he actually does it and not just write it off as dismissed, too?
[dawn miller] - Hahaha Matt Ross
[eduardo stopani] - no. it just sucks to suck
[kerri ann] - Thank God!! Lol. Haha
[mary clark green] - If they were just smart enough not to do it... let alone let it be photographed... the law wouldn't be necessary! Idiots!
[dawn michelle s] - Filing nails" zzzzzzz
[renee contreras hein] - What would the punishment be? for this law to be put in place.
A fine.? Jail time? How long on communities services.