>The moral of this story? Run away if you see a J-Phone campaign
>girl or be prepared to have a very good explanation if somebody
>finds your picture somewhere here:
Surely the moral of the story is "avoid random girls". I know *I* do....
A few years ago I published a little mag down here in Sunny Fukuoka .
Around issue 35 or so we searched high and low for a couple enjoying the
Christmas party festivities. Not just ANY couple you understand (they were
two a penny), a couple who were officially "together", so publication of
the snap would not result in any slapped faces for the miscreant(s). (the
mag went aroudn Kyushu) Eventually - and it was a long search - we found
a pair who the bar staff were prepared to swear were, had been, and would
always be, together.
They were not of course....
I guess if J-Phone publish the pics and claim you are "together", the
girl, at least, will have grounds to sue...
Can you let us know the webpage....?
(Of course your post raises serious issue of privacy in this age of the
ubiquitous camera - but I shall ignore them 'cuz privacy is long dead....
And in Japan, privacy is not just dead - it never really had life... )
Received on Sat Jun 22 17:39:22 2002