Rihanna Law in LA
I know you still remember this horrific photo of Rihanna after Chris Brown’s assault.
Seems internet users won’t be able to prey on photos and information of crime victims anymore.
Special movement in LA wants to forbid leaking photos and information that could exploit the victims of crimes, sources reveal.
This movement and lawmakers are thinking of introducing the “Rihanna Law” to prevent such a violation.
According to GossipGirls.com, the proposed law states:
If a private crime photo is distributed, the receipt of money for that act is irrelevant and does not diminish the detrimental effect such public distribution of private crime photos could have on the victim, the case itself, other victims of similar crimes, etc. Just because the person who leaked it may have done it, for example, because they were disgruntled or vindictive or even, perhaps, to help the defense, and not for money, per se, should not make it legal.”
Will you support this initiative?
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