Erin Andrews was awarded a whopping million in her case against Marriott Hotels, after a stalker booked a room next to her and secretly recorded her naked. She sued the hotel conglomerate for million for her humiliating experience, claiming they had given her room information to the man who booked a room next to her and filmed her. The jury found West End Hotel Partners, the owner of the Nashville Marriott, responsible for a little more than million, and the stalker, Michael David Barrett, responsible for a little more than million.

The 37-year-old former ESPN sportscaster previously sobbed on the stand as she recalled hearing from a friend that the peephole footage taken in Nashville was on the web. “I saw it for 2 seconds, and I thought, ‘Oh, my God,’ and I shut it down, and I said, ‘I have to call you back,'” she said. I was just screaming.” Andrews also told the jury about the hysterical phone call she made to her father revealing the humiliating news: “And I said I was naked all over the Internet. He is serving a two and a half year prison sentence.

Prosecutors must rely on a patchwork of laws created before the rise of smart­phones to handle such cases.

Some parents and rights groups are calling for a new law that would distinguish sexting from child pornography, create lesser punishments and focus on educating teenagers, not punishing them.

In 2015, several women under the care of Alireza Sadeghi, MD, learned that he took photos and videos of their naked bodies while they were unconscious for surgery. Sadeghi's admission that he took and distributed the photos — a jury in Louisiana has found him not guilty of video voyeurism.

It was only through another criminal case — in which Sadeghi's ex-wife has alleged that he raped and illegally filmed her — that the photos even came to light.

Whistleblower launches blog to expose federal agency’s ridiculous policies Paul Joseph Watson December 24, 2012 A former TSA screener turned blogger who is now causing embarrassment for the federal agency has revealed that TSA officers routinely laugh at and make fun of passengers’ nude body scanner images in back rooms. They should never have been put into use to begin with; TSA officers should never have been viewing nude, radiation-rendered images of passengers in those private rooms, period,” he writes.

, the anonymous ex-TSA worker reveals how he, “Witnessed light sexual play among officers, a lot of e-cigarette vaping, and a whole lot of officers laughing and clowning in regard to some of your nude images, dear passengers.” The revelation was in response to a reader who asked, “Tell us, please, what really happens in that private room and why the TSA does not want it seen in public nor recorded.” The ex-TSA screener also ridiculed the existence of I. rooms (image operator rooms) where naked images produced by body scanners are viewed by TSA agents. “That’s why there are federal lawsuits pending against TSA (Ralph Nader, Bruce Schneier, et al) and why TSA is trying to backpedal and sweep the radiation scanners under the rug away from oversight committees and the public at large, as quickly as possible, right now.

12— A judge ruled today that a father must stand trial for taking 110 nude photos of his 6-year-old daughter, despite the man's claim that the pictures were art, not pornography.

Judge Leonard Arnold of Superior Court in Somerset County refused a defense motion to dismiss the indictment against Eljat Feuer of Bernardsville, who has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child. Feuer's lawyer, David Ruhnke, said the ruling "really disappointed" his client, who was arrested on Feb. Ruhnke had asked the press not to reveal his client's identity when he made the motion to dismiss, to protect the girl.

“But why,” little Angie would ask, puppy dog pouting, tears trembling,” he writes.