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Man Caught Taking Candid Photos of College Women, Posting to Porn Site


April 16, 2015
by Suada Kolovic
In a world where just about every Tom, Dick and Harry has a smartphone, it seems as though any innocent bystander is at risk of becoming some stranger's unknowing subject. But what happens when your candid photo gets posted online...to a porn site? Gross!

In a world where just about every Tom, Dick and Harry has a smartphone, it seems as though any innocent bystander is at risk of becoming some stranger's unknowing subject. But what happens when your candid photo gets posted online...to a porn site? Gross!

Last week, the University of Hawaii at Manoa warned students about a man who was taking photos of women and posting them to a porn website. According to reports, the man posted candid photos of 140 women and identified them on the site as students at UH Manoa. And while all the women were fully clothed, one has to ask: What can be done? What laws were broken? Can he be stopped?! Shockingly, this man was within his rights to post these photos despite not asking permission to do so. Myles Breiner, a defense attorney, told Hawaii News Now that because the women were in a public area and were fully clothed, the photographer did not break any laws. "The fact of the matter is, there's nothing illegal," Breiner told HNN. "Unless there's some economic loss, simply someone saying something mean or inappropriate about you, unless you can show damages, there's not a lot you can do." Luckily, UH Manoa's Department of Safety announced that they had identified a person of interest and were working with the Honolulu police. "We are by no means sitting on our hands or washing our hands of this," said Daniel Meisenzahl, a spokesman for the university. (For more on this story, head over to the Huffington Post.)

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erinn G  on  8/4/2015 9:50:42 PM commented:

Devika, I don't care if someone takes a picture of me without asking and posts it on "Best Woman of the Year". I did not give my consent for my image to be posted. Random people do not own or have right to images of other people. These women don't deserve to have their images plastered on sites they don't want them. They own their own image, no one else. You make quite the strange attempt to defend this man's actions because of a weird argument that posting someone's images on a fetish site is somehow magically much better than posting it to a pornsite.A rationale I simply don't get.

devika D  on  7/8/2015 9:50:34 PM commented:

I have yet to find this porn site that people are referring to. My guess is that it is not a porn site. It might be a fetish site, and fetishism and pornography are two totally different things. Pornography is literally printed or visual material containing the explicit description or display of sexual organs or activity, intended to stimulate erotic rather than aesthetic or emotional feelings. Sexual fetishism or erotic fetishism is a sexual focus on a nonliving object or nongenital body part. So it'd be Fetishism and not Pornography. You can calm down now.

hqcandid  on  5/27/2015 4:47:18 AM commented:

I take candid photos of women, sometimes on campuses. I do it openly, and never try to hide my camera or what I'm doing. I don't post them to porn sites, but I might post them on candid photography sites. Obviously, I see nothing wrong with it, as I never show any subject in a negative light. These women should feel flattered, and from some of their reactions, they are.

Brandon D Jones  on  5/12/2015 1:05:16 AM commented:

I don't condone a student to go off and take photos for an amateur photographer; neither do I condemn it. Where I stand on this freedom to express versus The internet. People have to be more aware of the expansion of the internet an what ability it gives to an individual. The students should conduct a moral code call common sense. We live in a era where you can exploit,blackmail or catfish an individual with the use of the internet. So a picture can be worth 1000 words but your actons speak way louder no matter what website!

--> joeymatozzo on IG ~  on  5/4/2015 7:48:58 AM commented:

I do believe he should receive some repercussions because i feel like a huge moral code was broken. But, considering police officers are supposed to arrest people if a law was broken, or if an infraction was committed, i do not feel that this man should be arrested. He cant be arrested just because a lot of people think its wrong. And even though i agree it is very wrong... he was in his legal rights.

Kemberly C.  on  5/3/2015 7:53:29 PM commented:

The recent news of the mentioned photographer has been contreversial to many individuals. Injustice stands firmly on his side, and the case of these targeted women has gone unresolved. Although Myles Breiner states that these women were in a public place, and didn't exposed themselves in a sexually appealing way, the photographer did not have the right to put them in a porn site. Let's dissect the astonishing news into two parts: 1) taking pictures in a public place. 2) uploading pictures to a porn site.

coy m.  on  5/3/2015 10:28:21 AM commented:

Oh the stereotypes. Who is to say that this is a man taking these photos. Who is to say that a woman can't be the sexual deviant that it's snapping candid photos of unsuspecting women. Haven't any of you heard of a lesbian! This just shoes that society is always going to point the finger of blame at the man! It has to stop. Gender equality depends on it!

Jeff H.  on  5/1/2015 12:59:27 AM commented:

As an adult, 52 year old BA graduate in 2013 and in grad school now working on a Masters Degree, I can tell you as universities continue to teach evolution as a world view, ethics instead of morality kids will continue the downward spiral that is end result of evolution. Objective Truth must be pursued instead of ethical relativity which is the idea that truth is subjective and I can decide what is truth based on my current condition.

d  on  4/29/2015 11:39:58 PM commented:

Voyeurism is a sexual act. These girls gave NO consent of participation in a sexual act. NONE! Pornographers make money off of these sites. This is full-blown sexual assault. It has set up these girls for the potential of physical injury as they are now permenantly objectified and will be violated over and over again. The true definition of pornography...a depiction of sex slaves for entertainment.

Marcos N.  on  4/29/2015 8:17:34 PM commented:

The photographer should not get a restraining order because he didn't do anything that created an uncomfortable encounter. He just took pictures of women. However, he didn't ask the women for their consent and just posted their faces online where people can see it.. It violates their privacy. This can damage and harm a person's reputation of furthering their career and I think further action should be enforced, like arrest. In conclusion, always watch what's going on around you so you won't be exploited in some way. If you are going to take pictures of people you don't know, either ask for their consent or block their faces so they won't be exploited.

Barack O  on  4/29/2015 5:54:32 PM commented:

What is a porn site that accepts posts of clothed women? Facebook?

Josh M  on  4/29/2015 3:45:28 PM commented:

Students attending a university are not public figures and should be entitled to more protection than celebrities and public figures. Porn has a sexual appeal, that's it's nature. This man should be punished for taking his sexual fantasies out on unknowing and non consenting females. Furthermore, he's facilitating other people to view these women on a sexually driven porn site. Would you want your sister being ogled by men sitting naked at their computers? I think not.

Josh C  on  4/29/2015 2:53:27 PM commented:

The only legal action they have any real right to do is get a restraining order, and even then that's a big maybe seeing as how it is never stated that he did any of this on campus property. The individuals can sue him IF it causes damage in the future but I don't believe they can until damage has been proven. It might be possible to contact the website and have the pictures removed seeing as how the site probably makes money off of ads and they aren't given money for there pictures.

qwerty  on  4/29/2015 2:20:04 PM commented:

While it is creepy and very strange, he's allowed to do that. No harm was caused. I don't think that he should get in any sort of trouble, or get a restraining order or anything.

Kymiya M.  on  4/29/2015 1:45:41 PM commented:

I think this photographer should have a restraining order put against him. It's wrong of him to put pictures of women on porn sites as well as where they attend school. They're a lot of creepy people out in the world and one could possibly show up and come after these girls. This man is wrong and he should be punished for what he is doing.

Brieeeee  on  4/29/2015 1:26:42 PM commented:

I think something should be done. But honestly why the heck is he taking normal photos of clothed women and posting it to pornsites??? It doesn't make sense. Who goes to a pornsite to see someone who isn't naked?

Kaylee B  on  4/29/2015 12:08:05 PM commented:

There comes a time when enough is enough in terms of these crimes being committed. This is an example of a man with no respect towards women's and does not believe in their value or role as human beings. For too long have we sat back and let woman be raped, abused, and disrespected only to have it written of as "boys being boys". Men and women alike who recognize this trend should ban together and put an end to the out-dated thinking that woman are over-sexualities objects. In this case, no mercy should be shown. Crimes like this are always written off as a situation where there's "nothing they can do". If there aren't laws, MAKE THEM! The man should be expelled if he is a student and a restraining should be placed upon him even if he is not. Maybe, as a result, he'll be turned away from potential employers, and, perhaps, he might even feel a fraction of the shame or humiliation that the woman who's privacy he violated feel because of his actions.

Aziza C.  on  4/29/2015 11:32:43 AM commented:

I think it depends on how the pictures were taken exactly. If taken sexually (up skirts or down shirts), he can be arrested if any of the girls are underaged, as that is child pornography. If they aren't underaged, it would count as some form of sexual harassment. Now, if its just a picture of some women, no sexual elements at all, maybe they cant get him unless it counts as stalking (following certain women constantly without their knowledge). I say a restraining order and expelling may work. But here's a question: what is stopping him from doing it elsewhere? Sure, schools will know his name, but he'll never really stop. I suppose you can go about expelling him and making a restraining order. And this will allow him to go about and do worse and worse. Now it may be just women, but soon the pictures will gravitate to something else. But that's just a thought.

DC  on  4/29/2015 11:17:13 AM commented:

In California there is a defamation law, if this poor excuse for a man is posting these pictures to porn websites without out permission he should be held accountable and prosecuted. Sad that Hawaii does not recognize this crime. The university should pursue a restraining order. Now a days, the professional market that theses students are preparing for is very competitive. Something like this may make a difference in an employers decision. Backgrounds are very extensive these days.

alyssa d  on  4/29/2015 10:49:01 AM commented:

It's not just a social media site he is posting these photo. These girls and their famlilies should have their pictures taken down by the site. Porn is made to fulfill specific compulsions of people that not everyone is comfortable with.

Miranda R  on  4/29/2015 10:28:06 AM commented:

Expell if he is a student...get a restraining order That's a legal loop hole That is an absolutely disgusting perverted thing to do

Anon Y. Mous.  on  4/29/2015 10:27:24 AM commented:

This man, whoever he may be, is not violating any laws. It's as if taking a photo and having background audiences. You dont have their permission yet you post that photo to your social media. In this case, the man just ended up putting it on a pornographic media. If this is a big deal for people, stop taking so many pictures of yourself. He's only doing what you have done, degrade yourself. Face the music, this generation is sexually inclined and technically inclined, there's a reason why ten year olds are getting naked for each other. Think about the future as a whole rather than a few incidents from a college.

Ana A  on  4/29/2015 9:38:31 AM commented:

If you read correctly so far no rules are broken! But I am sure one day he will make a mistake and he will pay for it. To the males with their stupid comments, lets hope one day it's not your daughter or someone you love in those pictures. I know females tend to dress with revealing clothing but that doesn't give you the right to judge, like I said one day you will have children of your own. Because we live in a sick world I am always teaching my girls to be careful and to chose their clothing correctly because there will always be a morron who thinks that the girls are asking for trouble. Karma is so great.

jonathan Juarroz  on  4/29/2015 9:30:48 AM commented:

The recent controversy at UH Manoa raises some interesting question about privacy and how much input an individual has as to how they are portrayed. Legally speaking, the photographer did nothing wrong since there are no laws prohibiting the taking of pictures in public areas, nor are there any against publishing them. This, added to the fact that the photographer was taking pictures of different individuals rather than focusing on, or stalking, just one, there are no grounds on which to place a restraining order. In my opinion this crime is more a moral one than it is legal. SThe article lacks specific details concerning exactly where and when the photos were taken, therefore it’s hard to tell if there are any grounds on which to expel or suspend him concerning the locations at which they were taken on campus (i.e. dorm rooms, locker rooms etc.). As a woman I find this story immensely offensive, and it stands as a glaring testimonial to the fact that there needs to be a serious

Melanie Yapura  on  4/29/2015 9:04:51 AM commented:

What do I think about the photographer? I think he should be expelled (if it's a student at the university). He published these photos on a porn website! were are the values! The reputation of the girls, their respect has gone to the floor and it wasn't their fault. This might not be the most professional argument, but I can not stand that someone can get away with posting the photos of these girls into a PORN website.

Ugonna N  on  4/29/2015 8:56:05 AM commented:

As a female in society, I will say that I am truly disgusted. Even if no laws were being broken, the silent law to privacy is. Capturing a person accidentally in a picture is nothing to scramble on about, but when photo's of anyone going about their day are being posted onto a pornography website, those very women might start to feel like targets. This is unsafe, and this man should be taken off the streets for such disgusting actions.

Linda L  on  4/29/2015 6:27:29 AM commented:

What happens if they apply for a job or run for office and this comes up? How can they say I did not know this was there? or I did not know how to get if off and whoever did this did not ask my permission.

Chelsi D  on  4/29/2015 3:59:28 AM commented:

I think action should be taken. Damages to reputation should be enough. In this day and age, employers search the internet thoroughly. If they see prospects photographed on a porn site (even despite being fully clothed) this could cause someone to lose a potential job. What happens if one of the women pictured becomes a teacher and her picture showing up on a porn site causes her to lose her job? Things such as this example or likely to happen. And what about misappropriation? This is the intentional use of someone's likeness without their consent. Something should be done. At the very least, the pictures should be court ordered to be removed.

James A.M  on  4/29/2015 12:28:26 AM commented:

I think the individuals whose photos have been posted may take legal actions against him. He did not ask their permission to take their images and even post them online.

Adam  on  4/29/2015 12:03:49 AM commented:

Don't these guys take selfies and post them online for others to see? sharing everything has just become the norm nowadays. It is also clearly legal as no one has a reasonable expectation of privacy in a public place of any nature. it's crude yes, and if he was posting it to his facebook no one would give a fraction of this much attention. I think that it links to a lack of morals and lack of respect we now have for one another. I can't imagine what he posts from the beaches :/ And hey, everyone wants to be famous these days. Think what this would be if multiplied x1million. That's probably why mom told my sister not to wear that little skirt in highschool lol...

Connor Law  on  4/28/2015 11:59:44 PM commented:

He should not be thrown out of school and he should not be issued a restraining order. Since the girl and the photographer are both subject to the social contracts we call law the lack of breaking them does not warrant any reprimand. He may have been taking pictures of this women but it was on property open to the public and she was clearly fully clothed. There are cameras everywhere these days and its no surprise that she was caught on camera. From accidental public selfie photo bombs to the video cameras in a bank you are never not on some form of camera. It was interesting that the picture of this woman ended up on a pornographic website but by only reading this article I can not tell what this lady was wearing or what she looked like at the time of the photo. As Dave Shapel puts it so well, If he, a comedian,went around dressed like a cop he might be mistaken for one because he is wearing a police uniform. Was this girl targeted because she was wearing the uniform of a whore?

Roman B.  on  4/28/2015 11:35:14 PM commented:

While this man broke some unspoken norms he didn't do anything illegal, from that I can only say that if your wish to prevent someone from taking pictures simply buy a face screen or wear ugly glasses.

Denise C.  on  4/28/2015 10:29:05 PM commented:

Absolutely this creep should have a restraining order against him and be expelled if he is a student. Research on serial killers shows that they often start by acting out in ways such as this man is. He definitely has issues of some kind and what he is doing in invading women's personal space and making them uncomfortable - something's not right. The hair on the back of our necks doesn't stand up for no reason at all.

Kayla R  on  4/28/2015 10:11:10 PM commented:

That it is even discussed, this is appalling. If a student, his behaviors are shameful and unworthy of a University of Hawaii student and should be expelled. Legality wise, there should be laws about this, much in the way that conpanies put up signs warning pedestrians of when filming is going on in a public space. This shouldn't even be an issue of prosecution, but of protection. These women should not be in fear that their future careers will be jeopardized because of this; and despite the capacity, having appeared on a porn site is bad for their personal image.

Shyanne Flynn  on  4/28/2015 9:40:42 PM commented:

I think that the guy/student has done wrong and yes I think UH Manos should issue a restraining order, because who's to stop him from doing it again if he's not punished. I defiantly think he should get expelled because, he did not have those girls permission and think how that could effect there life.

j. s.  on  4/28/2015 9:00:09 PM commented:

Is the issue that he was taking photos or posting them to the website? What is the issue here? If he is expelled or a restraining order is taken out on him for the the issue of him taking photos without a person's permission, then anyone who takes a photo of somebody in a public area is at risk of some type of LE action. The same can be said for posting those photos to a porn site. He did not commit any crime, so what can they do?

Lakeisha G.  on  4/28/2015 8:54:37 PM commented:

This is so weird and crazy! Just beyond creepy. It's true that they were fully clothed, but I still think he violated them by posting it onto a porn website. That's demeaning to their character and reputation if someone that they know sees that--whether the photos are inappropriate or not. Just the fact that they are there is wrong. But that's just me. People are so strange nowadays.

Natalie W  on  4/28/2015 8:52:27 PM commented:

Expell him and enforce the restraining order!

Ciarra S.  on  4/28/2015 8:50:01 PM commented:

This man absolutely disturbs me! He she be punished to the fullest extent of the law. They had no knowledge their picture was being taken, and certainly not asked if they could be posted to no less than a porn site! Had he asked and they agreed, there wouldn't be a problem, but there was no consent and this mans actions are disgusting.

Ricky s  on  4/28/2015 8:06:30 PM commented:

Nothing illegal with what he is doing. We allow government to shoot on our calls, monitor or internet usage, and an array of other things. Internet uses our usage to target us with specific ads, I dont see an issue with taking a photo of a clothes individual in a public. If we illegalize this then a person can get sued simply for just taking a selfie and having someone in the peripheral , or for going to the beach and taking a pic of the beach while people are there. We need to be aware of the potential consequences of our actions!!

Genesis M.  on  4/28/2015 7:51:53 PM commented:

Of course! If the man is making money off of women without permission, then it is not just. If any, the women should at least have credit and be paid as well if they agreed to such a business.

Angie O.  on  4/28/2015 7:46:24 PM commented:

If it's not breaking the law taking pictures And saying mean inappropriate comments about someone. Why not take pictures of the photographer and post them online as the perverse person he is, see how he feels.

Bobby B  on  4/28/2015 7:44:31 PM commented:

Don't dress like a slut, problem solved. You know your dressing in tight ass yoga pants, or a mini skirt to show off. You know it shows off your features, come on now, let's be real. If you didn't want guys to check you out, you wouldn't wear any of that. It would be different if he was taking pictures of you in the bath room, or walking around with a camera on his shoes.

Boss  on  4/28/2015 7:44:18 PM commented:

I think he should be expelled

Diego S.  on  4/28/2015 7:39:07 PM commented:

i don't think the photographer should be issued a restraining order because taking candid photos of women is a skill. that fact that he hasn't been caught should be admired. He should keep doing what he is doing.

Sarah H  on  4/28/2015 7:28:09 PM commented:

I absolutely believe the photographer should be expelled, should that person be a student, or otherwise legally restrained. At the least, it is UH Manoa's responsibility to provide a campus where their female students can feel safe and respected. By failing to take action against this person, this school sends out a message that the comfort and safety of their students is not a priority. I see no reason why the school wouldn't seek legal action. In the porn industry, there is always explicit consent from paid actors or willing participants to be sexually objectified. In this situation, however, there is no consent given. So the photographer posts these pictures on a site for sexual consumption without the women's consent. If the men were watching these women in a park or on campus, it would be a case of sexual harassment or at the least public indecency. Why should such perverse behavior be lawfully sound because the consumers aren't in public while pleasuring themselves?

Chelsey B.  on  4/28/2015 6:49:46 PM commented:

I think the guy who is taking these creepy pictures of women should be expelled and have a restraining order filed against him. These women are going to college to get an education and he's getting his sick kicks off of photographing women to post onto a prom site! It's unfair that the law won't do much of anything because the women weren't naked. Photoshop exists! He could've erased their clothes off of them and many other things that could potentially compromise the women's futures.

Lucas S  on  4/28/2015 6:24:58 PM commented:

I believe this man should have a restraining order placed for his objectification of women.

Queena F  on  4/28/2015 6:01:18 PM commented:

Something has I be done while they say there is nothing illegal it should be. It's hard enough for woman as it is to be seen as capable to do a job just as good as a man. Potential employers will see those photos and instantly look at you as if you were the one to post them they are quick to judge women as being weak. When it comes to things like that we seem to be vulnerable we can't walk out our doors without someone looking at us as if all we were meant for is sex and to be the house wife. Now we have to hide so some stalker won't post us on a porn site and I see that as slander. While it's not dragging your name through the dirt it's ruining your image before you get into the working world. He needs to be dealt with as do others that are doing this. If he is a student expel him if not aprehend him. DO SOMETHING!!

Deb M.  on  4/28/2015 5:56:41 PM commented:

What about the new idea of allowing transgendered men to go into a women's bathroom, or vice versa. That could produce some interesting situations, like a man pretending to be transgendered and going to see what he could catch in pictures!

Don A.  on  4/28/2015 5:51:22 PM commented:

First you would have to identify the creep looking at the porn site to bring this story forward. That's your challenge.

Danielle B  on  4/28/2015 5:50:36 PM commented:

That is just horrible! He should be expelled and they should press charges or something!

Garrett H  on  4/28/2015 5:08:37 PM commented:

I think that, if possible, this act should go on his record for sure. He should be forced to take the pictures down from the website and have his camera taken. If he does not submit to these demands then he needs to be expelled. But Most importantly everyone on campus should know who this person is so that other women will know to stay away from him.

Errol G  on  4/28/2015 4:55:46 PM commented:

He is truly going nothing wrong and to stop him for no reason would be violating his first amendment right.

Daniel l.  on  4/28/2015 4:51:00 PM commented:

He should be suspended for doing something ethically and morally wrong to women and have restraining orders issued against him if the women prefer the restraining order.

NikK  on  4/28/2015 4:26:27 PM commented:

Harassment? I'm not sure. Violation of privacy? Definitely! There is something wrong about posting pictures of me wherever it is without my consent...

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