.... And with Jailbait,Violentacrez decided to create a safe space for people sexually attracted to underage girls to share their photo stashes. .... Users posted snapshots of tween and teenage girls, often in bikinis and skirts. Many of these were lifted from their Facebook accounts .....
Violentacrez and his fellow moderators worked hard to make sure every girl on jailbait was underage, diligently deleting any photos whose subjects seemed older than 16 or 17. Violentacrez himself posted hundreds of photos. Jailbait became one of Reddit's most popular subreddits, generating millions of pageviews a month. "Jailbait" was for a time the second biggest search term bringing traffic to Reddit, after "Reddit." Eventually, Jailbait landed on CNN, where Anderson Cooper called out Reddit for hosting it, and Violentacrez for creating it. The ensuing outcry led Reddit administrators to reluctantly ban Jailbait, and all sexually suggestive content featuring minors.
I doubt that there are any laws against publishing pictures of 16 and 17 year old girls wearing bathing suits or street clothes, no matter how suggestive these photos might seem to be.
. . . The form not only had this man's social insurance no. on it, but also asked all kinds of question we could be sued for answering under Canadian law.
the form has a block for the signed permission of the driver to give out the information.