Man Arrested For Video Voyeurism At A Wal-MartCall it a different kind of "cellfie" — a smartphone photograph that lands the taker in jail.
Florida Wants to Make Video Voyeurism 3rd-Degree FelonyThe Florida House could vote this week on a bill that increases the charges related to the crime known as "video voyeurism."

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