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ram
09-24-2011, 12:47 AM
This one time I just got up and heard from a talk show about a certain topic that's really funny. don't really remember the name of the talk show but it's something that is taking people's problems from callers from cellphone or text messages and giving them advice from the T.V.

The problem of the one who sent a text message is a girl who has boyfriend that she wants to break up with, but the problem is the guy doesn't want to break up with him.

from that point there's really no problem, all the girl needs is to walk away, but the guy blackmailed her and saying he will post their video of.... you know.. scandal.

so the girl asked the advice from the two host of the program,

one guy said, "If I were in your situation I would be staying with him, atleast one way or another I would be able to get my hands on those videos"

while one guy said, " oh no, for me I'll tell him to get lost and go and post it if he really want!! and if my friends saw those videos, I would just say, that's not me, haha she looks so much like me! but I swear that's not me"

just thinking what would you guys do?
oh, and post other situation if you want as well.

Psy
09-24-2011, 03:32 AM
. . . If this girl is under the legal age she can (I'm sure) get the police involved and have him arrested. Most countries have laws against blackmail and should protect her even if she is over the legal age of consent where ever she is.
Even if this guy did post his video wouldn't it only be on a porn site since things like YouTube are against that kind of content? And it would be statutory rape (depending on if the country this is from has such a law) and he would be faced with jail if she is under age.

ram
09-24-2011, 05:26 AM
What if this guy would just sent it to her friends?
can the video be enough evidence that the girl is being blackmailed?
since there are tons of different scenario that could trigger that being sent to her friends with the guy not at fault.
and yes the girl is in legal age.

CypressDahlia
09-24-2011, 07:47 AM
You can't distribute pornographic material without the consent of the girl in the video. Not in America, at least. If she took that guy to court he'd lose every penny to his name.

ram
09-24-2011, 08:22 AM
So what if the guy said, "that girl is just framing me to get me arrested, she hates me cause of this and that"

Well that could be clear with further investigation, but what if there weren't any evidence to support that what the girl is saying is true?

actually I'm just putting other scenarios here, but with this it's much more fun.

CypressDahlia
09-24-2011, 08:26 AM
Naw basically if he distributes the videos without her consent he's screwed any way he slices it. She may have consented to the sex in the video, but the distribution rights are a separate issue altogether. But that's pretty shitty judgment on her part, too.

ram
09-24-2011, 08:48 AM
even If there's no evidence that it was the guy who distributed it? for example the guy used the girls account, or her laptop on something to distribute the video.

so when the police traced it's IP or something, they would only find that it was the girl who sent it.

CypressDahlia
09-24-2011, 10:45 AM
They have ways of determining these things. They could look at the original file, where it was first, when it was created or edited, etc. Even after deletion, a file leaves a footprint on your hard drive. Even if the lawsuit doesn't go through, the videos would have to be removed so it's good either way.

Fenn
09-24-2011, 02:29 PM
Lesson Learned: Don't tape yourself having sex.

That being said, this might be a radical solution, but I might just let him release it and play it off. I mean, if you think about it, sex is one of the most basic and natural parts of being human. Eat, sleep, work, reproduce is the basic functioning of, well, every animal. So I'd just be like, "Yeah. That's me. Are you gonna keep watching it like a perv or be my friend and drop it?"

ram
09-24-2011, 10:31 PM
nice go fenn, well I guess that would be easier said than done though, we know we have shame but it's really hard to control it and ignore it.

@cype, I don't know if they do have ways to determine those things.cause there have been tons of issues here that the same thing happen to actress and other girls all over our country.

yes they fight on court but they can't get enough evidence to get the guy arrested. well maybe US is just too advanced.
whenever I watch SCI, I always feel just how low our country capability is. >_>

CypressDahlia
09-24-2011, 10:36 PM
Well I mean the objective is to get the videos removed, so that will inevitably happen regardless of whether or not she actually gets money.

ram
09-25-2011, 09:47 AM
I guess so, but it would still hurt for the girl for everyone to see her I suppose.

anyway, similar things happen to me. actually <strike>my friends</strike> some guys who I just happen to know took a video of me taking a shower.

they laughed and laughed so hard in me in that video, well for me I guess that would be fine since I'm a guy and all, but hey HOW THE HECK CAN YOU JUST IGNORE THOSE MOCKING LAUGHTER!!!

I asked if he deleted it and I trusted him, and about a month after that I just found out that he didn't erased it at all. and distributed it to some other people.. and I herd they kept laughing about it.

I thought, am I a naked clown dancing in the showers? is that how they see me?

after that I never welcomed them into my home and break up our friendship, although I could have berserk and plot out some revenge, but I guess if I do that I might not be any different than those guys.

I guess the biggest mistake I ever did was befriend with those types of people.
lesson learned= If your going to befriend with a funny guy, make sure he has a common sense.

GunZet
09-25-2011, 10:07 AM
If something on the internet isn't private, it'll remain somewhere in
http://project.cyberpunk.ru/idb/images/logos/cyberspace.gif
Forever.
http://images.wikia.com/reboot/images/2/2d/Cbhv1495wa.jpg

Fenn
09-25-2011, 12:48 PM
If something on the internet isn't private, it'll remain somewhere in
http://project.cyberpunk.ru/idb/images/logos/cyberspace.gif
Forever.
http://images.wikia.com/reboot/images/2/2d/Cbhv1495wa.jpg

What what is that?

Hayashida
09-25-2011, 01:48 PM
Reeeebooooot

Rio
09-26-2011, 12:38 PM
Wow, what's so hilarious about a guy taking shower? :\

Anywhooo, it's a tough situation to be in (the girl). Either situation is not good but she's better off just breaking up with the guy and not being in a shitty relationship which can escalate into something worse (i.e. abusive, further blackmail, etc). Being blackmailed to be someone's BF or GF is a huge red flag to get the hell away from the jerk.

ram
10-20-2011, 01:30 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66Tc0QpXx-Q

Just something I'd like to share, Now if your someone who just saw a child lying on the streets covered in blood, what would you do?

Imagine if that camera isn't there, if you happen to help that kid you might be accused as the one who run him over.
could you really ignore that kid? or would you help him?

ClockHand
10-20-2011, 02:17 AM
Of course I would help. If someone try to blame my, I will just ask them to show me proves.

CypressDahlia
10-20-2011, 02:31 AM
Would I help her? Yes. But not by moving her. I would just stand and tell traffic to go around and call the ambulance. Even in America it's advised for legal and medical reasons to never move a severely injured person. If you've taken CPR certification classes, then you know this. You might hurt them more, especially if they have fractures. So even if they come out of it fully recovered, you can be blamed for worsening the injuries. Furthermore it's just common sense that if you don't know what you're doing, you should never try to treat or even touch a severely injured person.

ram
10-20-2011, 03:52 AM
Would I help her? Yes. But not by moving her. I would just stand and tell traffic to go around and call the ambulance. Even in America it's advised for legal and medical reasons to never move a severely injured person. If you've taken CPR certification classes, then you know this. You might hurt them more, especially if they have fractures. So even if they come out of it fully recovered, you can be blamed for worsening the injuries. Furthermore it's just common sense that if you don't know what you're doing, you should never try to treat or even touch a severely injured person.

Yeah that's the kind of advice I've been looking for, this isn't the first time that this happen in China, Well this is just one of the comment of one of those guys in facebook where I found this video so I'm not certain yet if it's true.


The story of not helping others in China originate way way back in 2006 when a man helped a fallen old woman. The young man brought the old woman to the hospital but later on was accused by no less than the latter that he is the one who kno...cked her down.
A Judge then ruled that because of guilt the man was obliged to bring the woman to the hospital and was required to pay the latter's medical bill.

I guess the mistake of the man is because he moved the woman, Your method is the best Cype.
@clock I'm glad to see your concern.

CypressDahlia
10-20-2011, 03:59 AM
Yeah that's why I don't like comments saying "I would've moved her out of the way" or "they should've moved her". Chances are her injuries were so severe that moving her or handling her wrong could've killed her.

Delphinus
10-20-2011, 04:10 AM
welcome to the letter of the law; we exorcised the spirit of law a while back

ram
10-20-2011, 04:35 AM
Damn, That was easy answered, Now I gotta find another situation.