risks/legalities of graffitti documentation

Discussion in 'Site Security & Legal Issues' started by gonzalo h, Jun 17, 2017.

  1. gonzalo h

    gonzalo h Aspirant

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    kinda strange but if one would make a forum on bathroom graffitti/graffitti would their be any vandalism/legal issues? (u.s law) TAKING into account users are ONLY allowed to photograph graffiti and not partake in graffitti writing.
     
  2. sb1962

    sb1962 Adherent

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    I know what my common sense is telling me. I'm sure it isn't. If I'm wrong I'm sure my post will be deleted or edited.

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  3. pierce

    pierce Habitué

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    Taking a picture in a bathroom might be a social no no? Like the pervert type.

    But I appreciate the art form. It's a novel concept.
     
  4. gonzalo h

    gonzalo h Aspirant

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    What I have in mind is something like this https://www.reddit.com/r/Latrinalia/ would their be any major risks/legalities(u.s law) Also this is weirder but what would the legalities of users reviewing and rating bathrooms from restaraunts/hotels/businesses etc.
     
  5. pierce

    pierce Habitué

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    TripAdvisor of restroom toilets?

    Can't see the legal issues
     
  6. TrixieTang

    TrixieTang Politically Incorrect

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    All the more reason to do it. :p
     
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  8. cheat_master30

    cheat_master30 Moderator

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    Well, there is a vague area between merely talking about something questionable or illegal and promoting it. I mean, look at Reddit. It's got longrunning subreddits on such topics as selling drugs on the dark web and shoplifting, both of which are far more illegal than bathroom graffiti.

    Yet they haven't been shut down on the site, nor has Reddit been forced to remove them by law enforcement. So there's a vague area there.
     
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