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by jeffrtho, Sun Oct 03, 2010 at 10:13:17 PM EDT
On Sept. 22, a Rutger student was allegedly video taped durning a sexual encounter at a dorm room. The Rutger student was secretly being watched through a video camera that his roommate had been casting for a few days.
Yes, the significance of the sex tape involved homosexuality, but there inlays the hate crime. I feel that if someone wants to have sexual relations with another of the same sex, that is up to them. But I also feel that the roommate needs to come clean about the his or her sexual orientation. I just feel that it would serve a more clearer atmosphere in the living environment. Also, if a person doesn't want anyone knowing about their sexual orientation, I believe that type of experimentation does't need to be tried in the room that you share with another.
Now, on to the topic of showing this video. This is clearly an evasion to privacy. Whether a homosexual act or just plain spying on someone, video taping somebody without consent is definitely against the law. Although it was his own dorm room, the manner that the student went about exploiting the sexual encounter is agaisnt the law, in my mind.
The next time your having an idea of video taping or voice recording an individual without consent, maybe displaying this criminal act online will pass through your mind. The fact that this person put the live feed online is beyond me. It was probably personal vendetta, and the way the individual reacted to the issue was a way to get back. Its an uncomfortable situation, but the way the issue was deal with ended up in a suicide. I feel badly for the parents who had to hear of their child's death and sexual orientation if that bothered them or not.
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