Even though Michael Robertson was busted videoing a cop's crotch, Massachusettes law doesn't expliticly prohibit the practice.
Is there anything the Internet can do to prevent candid photos of women from spreading without their permission?
Should creepshots really be protected under the First Amendment?
1 in 12 Brits confess to snapping photos of attractive strangers.
Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook users are the midst of a battle over photos of women, taken without their consent.
These women don't know they're being photographed, let alone tacked up on the Web for the ogling.