Multiple leaked photos and videos from a private forum show creeps deliberately attending Black Lives Matter Protests to film women.
After being pushed from social networks, a large community of self-described “shooters” have continued to share photos and videos exposing women on closed-off, dedicated forums for years, including illegally swapping upskirt clips.
The Grizzlies PA announcer lost his job with the team and the church.
Smartphones have made it easy for creeps to take sneaky photos of women in public places and then upload those pictures online without their knowledge—and it's all perfectly legal, at least for now.
Your vagina has less of a right to privacy than your credit card numbers or medical records. That's objectively fucked-up.
Taking down illegal or objectionable subreddits doesn't make Reddit any less of a bastion of free speech, but it does make it less horrible than it was before.
The highest criminal court in Texas struck down a state law prohibiting "improper photography" in public.
The "front page of the Internet" chooses between r/creepshots and being a media player.