We've all been there. Your parents break out the baby albums in front of your friends or start posting some mortifying photos on their social media accounts in honor of your birthday or graduation or some other milestone in your life. We've all been there, and it's rough.
Please refresh the page and retry. A woman in Austria is suing her parents to force them to remove childhood pictures of her from Facebookin the first case of its kind in the country. The year-old woman, who has not been named under Austrian privacy laws, said the pictures were embarrassing and a violation of her privacy.
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A teenager is suing her parents for posting embarrassing pictured of her on Facebook. The year-old claims the snaps, which include having her nappy changed and sitting on a potty when she was a baby, amount to an invasion of privacy. The teen, who lives in the Austrian state of Carinthia, claims that since her parents have made her life a misery by constantly posting new pictures of her on their social media accounts from when she was an infant.
Jessica Simpson, those are some serious specs. The exercise in public embarrassment is the initiative of Late Night host Stephen Colbert and comic Nick Kroll, who have asked celebs and civilians to share their most awkward teen photos in aid of the Puerto Rico hurricane relief efforts. Nick Kroll asked me to post a pic of my awkward stage, but I never had one.
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A recent Watertown High School graduate says she was bullied when an embarrassing photo from her childhood was put in the yearbook instead of the beautiful collage her family sent in to be included. A graduate from Watertown High Schools said she was bullied in her yearbook. Daniela Paternostro submitted pictures for a collage for the back pages of her yearbook, as hundreds of other students do, but the four pictures of her and her family were replaced with a single image.
You see them everyday as you scroll through your Facebook feed. Your own. One teenager has said enough and after asking her parents to take the images down and being bluntly told no, she is taking matters into her own hands and is suing her parents for violating her privacy. The year-old from the southern Carinthia region of Austria has said in court papers that the pictures from her childhood have made her life a misery.
An year-old woman is suing her parents for posting embarrassing, intimate tot shots of her onto Facebook and ignoring her pleas to take them down. German broadcaster Deutsche Welle quoted her:. They knew no shame and no limits.
In the 10 years since Facebook redefined the meaning of the term "social network," about 1. Most of the time, Facebook posts are a powerful way to connect with the causes of the wider world and engage people you either wouldn't normally interact with or wouldn't be able to keep up with in such a comprehensive way. Then there's the year-old Austrian woman who is suing her parents for posting seven years worth of photos that show some of the most humiliating moments of her infancy and upbringing, according to The Local. More than images have been shared over those seven unbearable years — soiled diapers and lying naked in bed, for example — and now that she's all grown up, she's hired an attorney to get payback for the unwanted exposure.