Judge rules that 'upskirt' photos taken without consent are NOT illegal (so long as victim is wearingpanties) | Daily Mail Online
A man who took cellphone photos up the skirts of women travel the capital of massachusetts subway did not violate state law because the women were not nude or partially nude, Massachusetts' great government ruled Wednesday. The Supreme adjudicator playing field overruled a lower courtyard that had upheld charges against archangel Robertson, who was arrested in August 2010 by theodolite personnel who set up a trauma subsequently acquiring reports that he was using his cellphone to take photos and video up female riders' skirts and dresses. present so-called Peeping Tom laws protect masses from organism photographed in dressing rooms and bathrooms when bare or partially nude, but the way the law is written, it does not protect clad people in public areas, the judicature said.'A female passenger on a MBTA self-propelled vehicle who is wearing a skirt, dress, or the like covering these surround of her organic structure is not a human who is "partially nude," no matter what is or is not underneath the skirt by way of underwear or other clothing,' the authorities said in its ruling.