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« on: September 16, 2016, 01:20:50 PM »

I would like to get a woman's take on this.  

This Italian woman makes a sex tape and sends it to her ex boyfriend (presumably to make him jealous) and three other people.  The video goes viral and she is humiliated.  She goes to court and wins a "right to be forgotten" judgement to have the video taken down... but it is already in such wide circulation that the judgement becomes meaningless.  Many many nasty comments are made about the video and her humiliation is certified.  She moves to rural Italy in an attempt to disappear and avoid the shame of it all... but the humiliation is too much and she commits suicide.  Who is to blame?  Huh

Many commentators are blaming internet trolls, but are they really the ones at fault?  Was this woman really too stupid to realize that making a tape (and sending it to someone) could end badly?  Choices have consequences.



Tiziana Cantone Sex Tape Leak: Italian Woman Dies By Suicide After Revenge Video Goes Viral
Italian woman had battled to remove footage from the internet.
by Sara C Nelson

An Italian woman who endured months of abuse and mockery after explicit images and footage of her were shared online has died by suicide.

Tiziana Cantone had battled to have the “revenge porn” footage removed from the internet after the tape went viral.

The 31-year-old’s death came a year after she sent a sex video of herself and a new lover to a group of friends including an ex-boyfriend, in a bid to make him jealous, La Repubblica reported.

The video made its way onto the web and her remark “You’re filming? Bravo”, spoken to her partner during the footage became a catchphrase which was printed on T-shirts, smartphone cases and other merchandise.  

Cantone quit her job, moved to Tuscany and tried to change her name in a bid to escape the humiliation. Following an arduous court battle she won a “right to be forgotten” ruling, which meant sites hosting the video were ordered to remove it.

But the legal battle also saddled Cantone with €20,000 in costs.

On Tuesday Cantone killed herself at her aunt’s home in Mugnano, near Naples. Her funeral procession was broadcast live on local TV.

Her friend Teresa Petrosino, told the Corriere della Sera Cantone had been left “distraught” by the events.

She said: “I wonder how anyone can be so fierce, how to rage against a girl who has not done anything wrong.

An Italian woman who endured months of abuse and mockery after explicit images and footage of her were shared online has died by suicide.

Tiziana Cantone had battled to have the “revenge porn” footage removed from the internet after the tape went viral.

The 31-year-old’s death came a year after she sent a sex video of herself and a new lover to a group of friends including an ex-boyfriend, in a bid to make him jealous, La Repubblica reported.

The video made its way onto the web and her remark “You’re filming? Bravo”, spoken to her partner during the footage became a catchphrase which was printed on T-shirts, smartphone cases and other merchandise.  

Cantone quit her job, moved to Tuscany and tried to change her name in a bid to escape the humiliation. Following an arduous court battle she won a “right to be forgotten” ruling, which meant sites hosting the video were ordered to remove it.

Tiziana Cantone’s funeral was broadcast live on local TV

But the legal battle also saddled Cantone with €20,000 in costs.

On Tuesday Cantone killed herself at her aunt’s home in Mugnano, near Naples. Her funeral procession was broadcast live on local TV.

Her friend Teresa Petrosino, told the Corriere della Sera Cantone had been left “distraught” by the events.

She said: “I wonder how anyone can be so fierce, how to rage against a girl who has not done anything wrong.

“I think that they should be ashamed of all those who have filled the web of insults and meanwhile secretly watched the images.”

Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said: “As a government there’s not a lot that we can do.

“It’s mainly a cultural battle – also a social and political battle.”




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