My photo was stolen and used in a Malaysian stamp?

Started Oct 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
glasswave Forum Pro • Posts: 10,335
Re: Your daughter was NOT raped and beaten....
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glasswave wrote:

glasswave wrote:

seilerbird666 wrote:

No one stole your photo, you gave it away. Anything that gets posted on the Internet can be used by anyone who wants to use it. If you don't want people using your photos then don't post them on the Internet.

No one stole your CAMERA, you gave it away. Anything that gets carried in public can be taken by anyone who wants to take it. If you don't want people taking your camera then carry it out in public.

No one stole your banking information, you gave it away. Anything that gets posted on the Internet can be used by anyone who wants to use it. If you don't want people using your banking information to steal your identity then don't post it to the Internet.

No one RAPED your Daughter, she gave it away. Any woman that goes out late at night (especially wearing those type of cloths) can be raped by any guy who wants to do it. If you don't want people raping and beating your daughter then don't allow her out in public.

Holy Jeez. Can you now begin to understand that blaming the victim serves no use and is actually flat out morally wrong. Do you criticize the record companies for advertizing songs on the internet. So someone has every right to steal Romy's photo because he uses it to promote himself on the net, but not songs owned by record companies? We all have the right to feel secure in our property and person. The fact that someone makes themselves any easy target does not exonerate the perpetrator.

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