A female student at a Hefei University was shocked to find her photos spread around QQ with a caption that saying that she “looked like a prostitute.” The woman had visited a Buynow computer repair kiosk to fix her computer. A few days later, she found a photos of herself taken at the repair kiosk in several QQ groups, with a caption that said she looked like a prostitute.
Angry, she returned to the computer repairman to seek an explanation. He denied taking them, Feeling helpless, she went to the police. Faced with police, he admitted he had taken and posted the photos. “I was really bored and work, and she really looked like a prostitute in the photos, so I posted them on QQ,” he said.
The man compensated the student 300 Yuan and she accepted his apology and even shook his hand. He also received a serious criticism, and education from police.
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They are already way worse...its just that the trafficking of underprivileged women for sex purposes is a topic that is not discussed too much in super-moral East Asia. Seriously, these people act like Westerners have loose morals for engaging in consensual casual relationship...but the stuff they do behind closed doors is barbaric.
Jan 16, 2016 09:01 Report Abuse
How IS it a crime? Taking a picture of someone is not illegal. If he'd taken the picture off of her PC it would have been a crime but the picture was quite obviously taken by the repairman. I suppose you could make some argument about using her image without permission but that's a civil case at best. If you're going to ban taking pictures of people and then commenting on how awful they are, there won't be any news stories on this website by the end of the week. Pretty much half the content on this website consists of that.
Jan 15, 2016 11:37 Report Abuse