Now this one is rich. 🙂
Imagine the scene.
You buy a second-hand laptop using it to, among other things, have secret sexy video chats with your significant other. Unbeknownst to you, naked photos of you are being taken by a company hired to track down the stolen laptop.
This is what has happened to Ohio-based Susan Clements-Jeffrey and her boyfriend.
Absolute Software is in the business of helping people recover their computers. Fair enough. But is taking nude snaps of the person using the stolen laptop a step too far?
U.S. District Judge Walter Rice thinks so, saying that Absolute Software may have violated 52-year-old widow Susan Clements-Jeffery’s rights to privacy.
What does the judge have to do with this? Well, Susan is suing Absolute Software.