March 31, 2011 by USA Post
Martha and Ronald Wimmer, the photo is an outrage. Caroline Wimmer, , was strangled two years ago by a neighbor, then sentenced to years. One of the paramedics rushed to the scene of the crime, Mark Musarella, snapped some pictures of the corpse with his mobile phone, then unloaded on Facebook. Those pictures according to the parents of Caroline Wimmer represent an offense of which Facebook is also responsible.
Legally regarded as a `not-for-profit community-’, Facebook is protected by a law, the Communications Decency Act, which guarantees the social network a sort of immunity in respect of its publications. But the law according to the law is out of step with the times, no longer reflects reality. Even a virtual community like Facebook should be subject to compliance with the basic rules of decency and decorum to which all media must comply.
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