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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2397841/Explicit-photos-Eminem-Slane-Castle-gig-viral-Twitter-Instagram.html

17-year-old was pictured at Eminem concert at Slane Castle on Saturday

Hundreds have shared photos and cruel comments on social networks

Girl is 'distraught' and emotional over the incident and is now in hospital

Police are investigating whether the pictures constitute child pornography

Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts which shared the images have been shut down

The girl is sedated in hospital, although looking at the censored pic at the Mail it would appear she did this in front of large group of men and I'll guess she'd drunk alcohol prior to it.

The power of the internet at work, will the police be able to get anywhere with this don't you have to be 18 to work in the porn industry? This case I think highlights the problems of the sex laws you can actively have sex at 16 but if you take pictures of you doing the said act this is illegal.

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The power of the internet at work, will the police be able to get anywhere with this don't you have to be 18 to work in the porn industry? This case I think highlights the problems of the sex laws you can actively have sex at 16 but if you take pictures of you doing the said act this is illegal.

Any indecent picture of a person under 18 is illegal however it is a defence if you are a participant in the act and the act itself is legal.

I don't think posession of the photograph is a strict liability offence so it might be a defence if a person did not know and could not reasonably suspect that the person was under 18 - does anyone know if this is the case.

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Any indecent picture of a person under 18 is illegal however it is a defence if you are a participant in the act and the act itself is legal.

I don't think posession of the photograph is a strict liability offence so it might be a defence if a person did not know and could not reasonably suspect that the person was under 18 - does anyone know if this is the case.

never watch porn without pubes

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There's also the wonderful duplicity in this, the lad is seen as a legend and the girl is branded a slut.

Really? I know that's the orthodox view but I think that's passing, both are sluts IMO.

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Really? I know that's the orthodox view but I think that's passing, both are sluts IMO.

Just going by what's being said on the web.

http://www.dailydot.com/news/slanegirl-eminim-ireland-teenage-girl-slut-shaming/

One photo shows the girl surrounded by men in the crowd. In a second photo, the girl locks lips with a guy in a neon-green hat and matching pants. In another, more explicit shot, the same man is almost totally nude. He raises his hands victoriously in the air. He has not been harassed or bullied or had his identity broadcast to the Web.

The girl is allegedly 17, the age of consent in Ireland. But she quickly had her full real name revealed, her images spread around Twitter, Facebook, 4chan, Tumblr, and Reddit, and found herself at the center of a trending Twitter hashtag, and became the subject of a subsequent probe by the Irish Police.

The hashtag has filled with a mix of mockery, vitriol, and angry defense of the girl as controversy builds over yet another young woman being slut-shamed and harassed over her sexual behavior.

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Comment from the bottom.

Funny that the fella that got a blow job at Eminem will be known as a ledgend while the girl will be forever known as a slut

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There's also the wonderful duplicity in this, the lad is seen as a legend and the girl is branded a slut.

If a key can open many locks, it is a master key. If a lock can be opened by many keys, it is a shoddy lock.

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Quick we must have legislation - extend the new anti-Google Glass law to cover camera phones!

Frankly, rather than the nonsense in the line above (which is the predictable thinking Millibandettes and Cameron Cuties), I suspect the odd event like this will make more people more sensible in the future.

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What did she expect before she did it in public and whilst she was doing it?

That a few of her friends would know about it and she might be considered a bit daring? Pretty sure that she wasn't expecting a video of it to go around the world.

When I was 17 you could do stupid things and (mostly) get away with it, not any more. :(

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Am I missing the point here? She did this in public and seemingly did so willingly? No one forced her. What did she expect before she did it in public and whilst she was doing it?

I read an interesting thread recently about females and one poster spoke of their lack of accountability..it seems to me it`s true and the law often aids this trait of the female psyche. She might be looked upon as a slut by many, but I can see the law being used where ever possible, and come down hard on others so she can keep her credibility and conscience clear.

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That a few of her friends would know about it and she might be considered a bit daring? Pretty sure that she wasn't expecting a video of it to go around the world.

When I was 17 you could do stupid things and (mostly) get away with it, not any more. :(

That's the money shot. I have done stupid things in my teenage years, things that I hope my wife, friends and family never find out.

I don't think I'm unique; in fact, I think that pretty much everyone is in the same boat.

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That's the money shot. I have done stupid things in my teenage years, things that I hope my wife, friends and family never find out.

I don't think I'm unique; in fact, I think that pretty much everyone is in the same boat.

Yes, this lass needs protection not ridicule. She messed up, big deal. It would be tragic if she cannot get over it.

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Am I missing the point here? She did this in public and seemingly did so willingly? No one forced her. What did she expect before she did it in public and whilst she was doing it?

Quite. All around people with mobile phones with video capabilities and instant share and uploadability.

Of course, not too long ago women were more demure and men more respectful. Sex was something done in private and with some understanding that being easy was not a virtue - usually accepted by horny boys and men. Girls don't have to be so easy. In recent times in keeping with their emancipation they are behaving like men, which is a shame. For them.

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That's the money shot. I have done stupid things in my teenage years, things that I hope my wife, friends and family never find out.

I don't think I'm unique; in fact, I think that pretty much everyone is in the same boat.

Was there a money shot also?

I am no prude but going down on, presumably, a stranger in a public place and then pleading shock, horror and misogyny when it goes viral is both naive and insulting to others intelligence.

Women can't behave like sluts and then expect to hide behind Victorian petticoats anymore.

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Look, its really very simple:

Women LOVE* being sluts.

Women HATE being known as a slut.

*Up to them - its their body to do with as they please.

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The power of the internet at work, will the police be able to get anywhere with this don't you have to be 18 to work in the porn industry?

An interesting question: have one or more persons at the daily mail committed an offence under the protection of children act? The images as published by them appear to be legal but presumably they will also have accessed the full uncensored images, they will have been aware that they were of a person under the age of 18, what defence is available to them?

Is the fact that they were obtained in a journalistic capacity a defence? I'm doubtful.

... going down on, presumably, a stranger in a public place and then pleading shock, horror and misogyny when it goes viral is both naive and insulting to others intelligence.

The problem is that these cameras are now so commonplace that people forget they are there, if you saw someone with a shoulder mounted camera you'd probably think twice but a mobile phone just like the one you've got.....

It's like living in the big brother house: anything you do will be recorded as evidence and used against you. Scary.

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