losing his career? More like losing whatever freedom he had.
You don’t think it’s illegal or don’t think it should be illegal?
Are you not suggesting this is more than it appears?
You said “it’s not like they leaked people’s private medical records” to draw a distinction. Do you think people go to jail for that? Because this is leaking private medical records.
It is not okay, but you know, we have had worse in France: a video shot inside the operating room (of a man whose suicide went horribly wrong) was posted on social media in September 2018. Actually, I am not sure what happened to the people responsible for this awful leak, I am afraid nothing happened. So, about that 4chan leak...
La deuxième vidéo, encore plus choquante, a été tournée au portable dans un hôpital. On y voit la victime allongée sur ce qui ressemble à une table d’opération, entourée de personnel médical. Un sapeur-pompier retire le poteau et l’exhibe devant (au moins) deux téléphones en mode caméra, et plusieurs personnes qui s’exclament bruyamment.
Contactée par Libération, l’Assistance publique - Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP) confirme que la vidéo a été tournée dans un de ses hôpitaux, et indique qu’une enquête interne a été ouverte. La direction de l’AP-HP prévoit de déposer plainte contre la diffusion de ces images. «On ne doit pas filmer un patient, on ne doit pas filmer à l’hôpital», regrettent les hôpitaux parisiens. De sources concordantes, c’est à l’hôpital Beaujon à Clichy (Hauts-de-Seine) que les images ont été tournées, sans que l’on connaisse l’identité des personnes qui filment.
Les responsables des sapeurs-pompiers de Paris, de leur côté, cherchent activement à savoir si certains de leurs membres sont impliqués dans la captation ou la diffusion des images. Ils ont également saisi le parquet. Bien que sous statut militaire, les pompiers de Paris dépendent de la préfecture de police. Cette dernière est donc concernée à double titre dans cette affaire, mais refuse d’en dire plus pour le moment. La famille, particulièrement choquée par la diffusion de ces images, a porté plainte et entamé des démarches pour faire supprimer les vidéos des réseaux sociaux.
Yes there is a distinction. Acting like there isn’t is just being obtuse.
Maybe preconceived notions would be the term here
Or perhaps you don’t know what you’re talking about.
Do you think all crimes are punished the same way. Do you think there’s no spectrum to crimes. Is a dui at .08 going to receive the same sentence as a .25?
You differentiated releasing medical records (something you think you can go to jail for) with this (something you don’t think you can go to jail for). On what basis? What’s the difference?
These people are everywhere and you would never know.
Happened to me too. A once close friend who I haven't seen in years-I went to his facebook page and he completely went off the deep end. It's very sad.These people are everywhere and you would never know.
A guy I knew in the Air Force, over 10 years ago since I've seen him, is Qanon now. When I knew him he seemed like a really nice dude. One day I see he changed his Facebook profile picture to the letter Q, emblazoned with the American flag and the where we go bullshit under it. I thought maybe he did it by mistake, but nope.
Honestly Its probably at least less worse than a friend going in deep on a multi level marketing scheme
Yeah my oldest friend went off the deep end during the US election and started going off on how we need to strip citizenship from all Muslims.
This response seems.. overblown for what happened. A first responder posted about his death a half hour before the media did. I guess there's a HIPPA violation somewhere. Not even sure how it works with death as they always release a cause of death.
pol has had forced tripcodes for a while now, but i think they only work within one thread
As I posted earlier, in another case in France, people posted a video from inside a surgery room. The poor mother of the deceased pressed charges, and as far as I know, there was no punishment. Things might be different if the family of the deceased is mighty rich, but on the other hand, announcing the death of someone on social media seems an order of magnitude less serious than posting a gory video making fun of an unfortunate person. Unless the dude has taken photos of the corpse or captured a video of the CPR procedure, and police find these on his phone, or there are leaks on social media, I do not see what kind of trouble the dude could face. I think things would be different if the victim of the leaks were still alive, as it would be a privacy violation. Once you are dead, justice does not seem to care about these kinds of leaks.