So people posting pictures of their ex-significant others without permission is bad, but Gawker posting someone’s private sex tape without their permission is Responsible Journalism?

Ok if that case, then take down sites that causes harm to people that degrades trashes you. After someone dated you post hate website about you. Plenty of them in Google as well. Doubt they ever be taken off line.

Good in concept, though I don’t quite know how one distinguishes between nekked pictures and ‘revenge porn’ nekked pictures (except when they’re labeled as such). The difference between hacked celebrity photos and Vogue Europe photo shoot celebrity photos seems to be negligible. Except the Vogue pictures are more absurd.

I am sorry, but if your “deeply personal information” includes a picture you either gave to someone or willingly let them take, I fail to see where this ends. I recognize that someone uneducated in the term might think this is a “slippery slope” argument, but could someone please tell me where this “line” that was supposedly recognized is located? Preferably without using meaninglessly subjective terms?

I am not trying to suggest that RP is ok. I am just suggesting that we do walk a very scary line when we start saying that we get to decide that speech can be illegal just because it is embarrassing, yet true.