Kate Middleton’s Tits - When a bimbo bangs on about her bangers...and the issue of private space


On Tuesday, three magistrates ruled the publishers must hand over the original photographs within 24 hours or face a daily fine of 10,000 euros (£8,000).

In its ruling, the court described the pictures as a "brutal display" of the couple's private lives, adding: "These snapshots which showed the intimacy of a couple, partially naked on the terrace of a private home, surrounded by a park several hundred metres from a public road, and being able to legitimately assume that they are protected from passers-by, are by nature particularly intrusive."

The magistrates ruled that every photograph published in France by Mondadori in future would carry a fine, also of 10,000 euros per breach.  -  bbc

I don’t get it.  This bimbo gets her bangers out in public and whines about having her privacy invaded when someone takes a pic of her flip-flops. 


She knows that she is, for some strange reason, a ‘celebrity’, and that people would pay to have her ‘privacy’ invaded whilst she is in the public. 

She knows that there is such a thing as zoom or telephoto lenses. 

And she still gets out her titties and cries ‘oi!’ when someone totting a lens with a greater number than her IQ does 5-10 shots per second of her in all her topless and royal glory.

Well, perhaps the privacy signboard wasn’t big enough, or as it turned out, it didn’t have to be that big, but at least, appropriately positioned to protect her royal bits and bobs from public perusal.

I would say that the invasion of privacy happens when one is within the confines on one’s home.  Even if the curtains weren’t drawn, the home is a clearly delineated private space, and taking a shot through the windows would be an invasion of said privacy. 

if a flasher was to show off his privates from his garden to people passing a couple of hundred metres away knowing full well that they might be totting binoculars, could they accuse him of flashing, or could he say that they were invading his privacy?But that doesn’t include homeGROUNDS.  If there were high enough walls, and the photographer tiptoed atop his assistant’s head or a passing moose to take a shot, then we can call it an invasion of privacy.  In other words, when appropriate measures are taken to ward off the attention of the elongated focal length on a photographer or bird-watcher, then we can call that space a private one.  

We could say that the so-called ‘duchess‘ was behaving irresponsibly by not considering the definition of private space in tandem with the state of technology.  When it isn’t, the definition of privacy ought not to be determined solely by the focal point of a shot being one’s privates, or, as mentioned, or the existence of some ‘private property’ signboard.  To do so is akin to shouting out the colour of one’s knickers and accusing everyone within earshot of eavesdropping.  

Or, from a socialist viewpoint, her 'private space' in the public area, and the couple of hundreds of metres of 'private' land betwixt her bangers and the photographer, is actually public land that has been wrongfully expropriated, and now, as an elite-decreed 'private' land, used as an argument as to why her space was invaded?

Well, we can look at this whole issue another way....if a flasher was to show off his privates from his garden to people passing a couple of hundred metres away knowing full well that they might be totting binoculars, could they accuse him of flashing, or could he say that they were invading his privacy?

 


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1 comment:

  1. I totally agree with your viewpoint. Knowing full well that public figures/celebrities are targets of paparazzi, she ought to have known better that without high enough walls or within the house interior, she is exposed to the public.

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