Friday, September 16, 2016

Facebook faces lawful activity over exposed picture of 14-year-old young lady

Facebook has neglected to stop legitimate activity over a photo of a stripped 14-year-old young lady that was posted on its site.

Legal advisors for the tyke contend that the site is obligated for a photo they say was coerced from her and afterward posted on Facebook without her authorization. It was posted more than once on a scope of pages on Facebook, the case contends.

The young lady is making legitimate move against Facebook and also against the man who posted the photograph.

The case is thought to be the first on the planet and could set a noteworthy point of reference about whether online networking locales are at risk for what is posted on them.

Legal counselors for the young lady have contended that Facebook ought to have hindered a "disgrace page" that it was posted on. In the event that that site and the photograph had been blocked then the picture wouldn't have been distributed, they contended.

In any case, Facebook legal advisors said that the hearing ought to be rejected, in light of the fact that Facebook did what it could to bring the photograph down when it was informed that it had been posted.

The young lady is looking for harms from Facebook and the man who posted the picture, contending that they have misussed private data and have ruptured the Data Protection Act.

Facebook had hoped to have the case tossed out. In any case, a judge in Belfast rejected its offer and the case will now go to a full trial.


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