Salon.com: “Girl gone wild against her will”

A woman unsuccessfully tries to sue Girls Gone Wild for including her topless in a commercial video. She signed no release forms, and she was only topless because someone else pulled her shirt down.We all need better privacy laws to prevent this kind of thing from happening. Informed, specific, documented consent to the publication of potentially embarrassing images of a person should be a minimum requirement.

Tell it like it is, Tracy Clark-Flory:

I leave you with a statement from her lawyer — one that should go without saying, but apparently does not: “She is entitled to go out with friends and have a good time and not have her top pulled down and get that in a video.”

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