bareboards2 says... Yeah, well, I completely disagree. As I said, cloud password protection is an immateriality. This video is about her being violently attacked psychologically. Of course you can talk about what you want to talk about. I hope you can hear me that is extremely painful for a woman to read about passwords when the topic is women being psychologically attacked by a certain type of man. I'm bowing out now. I made my point. Yeah. You are one of the good guys. I know. Honestly. SDGundamX said: @bareboards2 Oh, I totally get what you are saying. You've seen my comments in other threads. You know I think there are definitely social issues with how women are both perceived and treated in real life and portrayed in media. Yeah, absolutely, we can look at this story from the perspective of "men behaving badly" because they have the power and they can. And they certainly did. Totally agree with you that it is misogynistic behavior and that we can use the story as an example highlighting social problems and showcasing how one woman tried to turn the tables. But that's only one perspective to view the story from. We can also view the story as a cautionary tale about Internet safety in the 21st century and comment on how the victim in this case actively (albeit completely unintentionally) contributed to her own victimization. And that's another valid perspective. Personally, I don't see them in conflict, nor do I see the need to shout down one perspective in favor of the other. I could see someone coming along and trying to use the 2nd perspective to negate the 1st (i.e. something along the lines of "she got what she deserved because she behaved like a slut") but ironically a comment like that would only validate the 1st perspective even further.