I've had a problem with the ad shown above for some time. It's an ad for Marilyn: Intimate Exposures, a new book about Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe. In the ad, passersby are encourages to lift up a skirt in order to view a QR code to learn more about the book. According to reports, this is actually an interactive poster campaign that was put up in various locations around London. While this is a poster campaign and no real woman was actually intimately exposed, the behavior elicited by this poster campaign is something that should not be encouraged.
I bring this up because of a recent decision by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. In a decision handed down on Wednesday, a man's convicted of voyeurism on a city train was overturned. In the decision, the Justices on Massachusetts's highest judicial authority state: