Can Websites be held responsible for invading into someone privacy?
"What happened to Jennifer Lawrence is quite upsetting. I completely understand what she must be feeling. Having her pictures leaked to the world that were meant for private use isn't a good thing. She spoke about how every website allowing access to it, any person viewing it (even if s/he doesn't forward it to the world) is doing something she calls a sex crime. Can such a thing possibly be covered under the Information Tech Act. I mean, even if passive viewers of such pictures can't be held liable--can't we do something about these website and make it mandatory for every website to take the intruding and objectionable pictures violating someone's privacy off?"
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