- Jan 17, 2010
- Reaction score
- Newfoundland, Canada
Good points. IMO, if you have a job, where the spotlight could potentially be shining on you, I'd think that you should watch your actions. Problem is, is that nowadays, with cell phones that can snap pics and video, you never know who's filimg who...or or what.
Good points. It'd be interesting to know if someone took a pic of someone, either with or without the other persons permission, is the 'victim' for lack of better words, able to press any charges on the picture taker? I'm thinking along the lines of slander or harrassment, etc.
there're only a couple of pics of my drinking with relatives on mine....but they are not pics of us acting like fools. and my relatives tagged me with them....i didnt put them there