Feb 232014
 
 February 23, 2014  Posted by  Court

Venkat Balasubramani writes:

The defendant:

Posted naked pictures of Adriana Batch, who was then his girlfriend, on his Twitter account, and also sent those pictures to Ms. Batch’s employer and sister.

Defendant was charged with (1) aggravated harassment; (2) dissemination of “unlawful surveillance images”; and (3) public display of offensive sexual material.

In resolving the motion to dismiss, the court examines the detective’s statement, which basically says that he was informed by Batch that she saw pictures of herself posted to the defendant’s Twitter account and she did not give permission for these postings.

Read more on Technology & Marketing Law Blog as to why this particular case failed when others have or might succeed.

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