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  1. It is completely true People have been jailed for 30 years for liking FB posts, in Thai, in Thailand
  2. And in the UK Posting "revenge porn" images and videos on the internet is becoming a criminal offence in England and Wales. The Criminal Justice and Courts Bill, which has a specific amendment dealing with such actions, will receive Royal Assent and become law later. Offenders face up to two years in jail. The amendment covers images sent on social networks, including Facebook and Twitter, and those sent by text. Both Scotland and Northern Ireland are considering similar laws. The new English and Welsh law classes revenge porn as "photographs or films which show people engaged in sexual activity or depicted in a sexual way or with their genitals exposed, where what is shown would not usually be seen in public". It covers images shared on and offline without the subject's permission and with the intent to cause harm. Physical distribution of images will also be covered. Western Countries have the same law
  3. More than 200 people have been prosecuted since a new revenge porn law came into force in England and Wales last year, a Crown Prosecution Service report on crimes against women shows. The director of public prosecutions said the cases were part of a trend of crimes committed through social media. The use of the internet to control and threaten victims was rising, she said. Domestic abuse and sex offences make up 18.6% of CPS cases, with prosecutions and convictions at record levels. The CPS's annual Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) report, which also incorporates data on abuse and sex offences against men and boys, has been produced since 2007. So-called revenge porn often involves an ex-partner uploading sexual images of the victim to cause the victim humiliation or embarrassment. It became an offence to share private sexual photographs or films without the subject's consent in England and Wales in April 2015 , with a maximum sentence of two years imprisonment. The CPS report said 206 people were prosecuted for disclosing private sexual images in the first year of the offence. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-37278264
  4. You really could do with a holiday, a break from Thailand
  5. You really have no idea what you are talking about Thai people have been prosecuted and jailed in Thailand for writing in Thai, in Thailand about things on Facebook . Facebook is not governed by US laws, outside the U.S . Each Country governs the content,
  6. Yes, but your friends can share that photo . The general rule about FB is that dont post anything that you dont mind the whole World seeing . She didnt even post the photo . Frenchie posted it and all her family and friends could see, which makes that photo in the public domain
  7. I am willing to listen : On what grounds do you think that this is a set up. What makes you believe that this is a set up. Have you seen, heard anything that sways your decision Explain your thought process
  8. "if information is in the public domain, it is available for everyone to see or know about:" http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/public-domain
  9. I do not want to get pedantic about the meaning of words , Im sure that you know what I meant, without me having to explain .
  10. No, many on here believe that people shouldnt post naked photos of other people in the public domain . The OP is nothing to do with expressing an opinion
  11. I was on a long distance bus journey the other day and they handed out "dinner", which consisted of a cream doughnut , a sweet biscuit and a slice of thick bread with a margarine/sugar topping and a sweet sugary drink .Felt sick
  12. Tort, privacy, copyright, and criminal laws offer remedies against people who submit revenge porn.[65][66] Slightly more than half of all U.S. states have laws expressly applicable to revenge porn: Alabama,[67] Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California,[14] Colorado, Connecticut,[68]Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois,[69] Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan,[70][71] Minnesota,[72] Nevada, New Hampshire,[73] New Jersey,[14] New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma,[74] Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia,[75] Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.[76] For example, New Jersey law prohibits both the capture and the distribution of sexually explicit photographs and films by any person, "knowing that he is not licensed or privileged to do so" and without the subjects' consent.[77] The law was used to prosecute Dharun Ravi, the Rutgers student who distributed webcam footage of his roommate Tyler Clementi engaging in sexual activity, after which Clementi killed himself.[78] The law has also been used to prosecute several men who allegedly distributed revenge porn of their ex-girlfriends.[7
  13. We are not talking about mere words though , stick to the OP story
  14. We are not talking about LM laws though , and TBH, its really best that we dont It isnt the subject of the OP and its not a topic up for discussion