The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts ruled Wednesday that "upskirting" is a constitutionally-protected act in the state. For those unfamiliar, upskirting is a sometimes surreptitious photo taken in a public place with a cellphone. The targets are most often women, and the photo is snapped underneath a dress or skirt.

Jim and Margery asked listeners how they felt about the SJC's ruling. Do you agree that photos taken in public places are necessarily permissible? Does this feel unnecessarily invasive? Does the SJC's ruling treat women unfairly? (Begins at 1:10)

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