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3-7 9:10am Tommy, upskirt photos legal now?

Mar 7, 2014|

Tommy talks to Anne Bremner, a trial attorney & legal analyst, about a court ruling in Massachusetts that said upskirt photos were legal under current law

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-- when he thought the there was nothing else to worry about. -- skirting comes along and if you don't know enough skirting as it's taking secret pictures. Under person's clothing and I know people have been arrested here for doing that and and reaching down to make it looked like they were looking for something and taken a shot under a woman's skirt and Massachusetts. Court said. That's legal leg could be because of a loophole in the law and we'll talk to Chris Dearborn about that. But first and rendered joins us right now trial attorney and legal analyst from Seattle morning and good morning congratulations on -- Super Bowl victory. Well thank you may hear and feel it here and Leo wonderful banks you know while in the club are now. In terms of this asserting thing I get a two Mexicans announces I agree with the court ruling. There is no difference between female panties and their bathing suit bottoms. I don't know where to start with this. Well you know that basically your bathing suit bottoms out you're out. In a place where he comes from the -- from the gonna take a picture do you like and the years stern demeanor Edwards different -- underwear man. The fact is is that women have a right to privacy. Under -- -- shouldn't expect someone to be taken pictures and his ally against this specifically in mind state and -- in the -- that is going to be one of Massachusetts you know. On the in terms of privacy in terms of what people can take a picture of and what can't political and what they can't let's. Imagine that nobody's going under the -- now we're just talking about people walking through grocery store at setter and then. It only gets published on the Internet you have a right to privacy when you do is walking around now. Of course I -- public places that in private that we're doing is nothing private about -- -- the photography. That's the case is about. Understand but I'm just wondering you know taken a setback if you're I was at at a bookstore lately -- and recently in. Something about pictures from Wal-Mart. Whatever -- But but to think -- lefties you Xena I have to do I have a right to take a picture of somebody bending over at Wal-Mart maybe. Not dressed so nicely and then publish a book with there image united. Release from them. Want to absolutely and that's that's some kind of copyright and the image -- some kind of protection. Really sulphide zones and dumb and somebody went to put that in -- book cannot bend over and am not the most flattering position. Levy has to be hard identifiable as they bend over but that's that's just the did you out in public and and your three game. That's right you get in certain Asia Europe expect the expect private you know buoyed by proper recording of the things like that can be criminal to tape record forces. And I think it's not a state. Without permission that he -- get out in public. Your image is not protected -- What if and I'm just thinking about some different things again happened here what -- -- a woman is out in public. And has an unguarded moment where. To something. Shall we say escapees are closing that she didn't mean to and in some body takes a picture of that. Well again that's that's that's different because that's not taking a picture. You know I -- private areas of her body without permission amnesia as a wardrobe malfunction and seeing now is mr. on Internet. That's a little bit different. So there she would have an expectation of privacy or -- I'm capital warned of the web but the man and woman vote on one of the different and I have more predator -- And understand and I meant this as specifically as it relates to whatever private areas may exist. Right and -- -- looking at it it doubles is that all umbrella is expectation of privacy generally we look at this line. Whether that similar currently have a right to bishop constitutional right to that arguably state constitution. And you -- -- -- doing what we're at right expedition privacy and and that would be under after or down down -- pressure. I -- teasing you and Ian consulates. -- only that that this than usual and it didn't look at the lawmakers there are changing at that today and it was a loophole that said. Total -- partial nudity. And because that was the case on an underwear on. They -- all England Massachusetts that we have. That Latin and Greek aid that is for years and -- that they Allstate. And I think everything's at but at the borders and Monty the covers everything that we expect to be private. Thank you and I appreciate your time and have a great week it hit my question.