Originally Posted by photomoof
Obviously not that strict, but one goes to court.
There is case precedent, but the rule worldwide for women is, do not allow yourself to be photographed or filmed in a compromising situation, unless you are good with it being on the internet porn sites forever.
I believe J-Law has forever proved this rule.
Good advice - and for men, too.
Relationships may not last forever and the photographer who made the images/video may seek revenge for being dumped, even if doing so is small minded, mean spirited and childish (perhaps that's why he/she was dumped to begin with).
In the U.S., such images or videos that are wrongfully put on websites for spite can possibly be required by law to be removed by some type of legal take down letter of demand, based on provisions in defamation laws.
If there is an attorney on board that can shed some light on this, please do.