'Upskirting' to be banned in Britain
LONDON — Britain's Parliament has approved a law that will make it illegal to take "upskirting" photos.
The House of Lords made no changes to a voyeurism bill that would ban covertly photographing under people's clothes. It carries a maximum penalty of two years in prison.
Gina Martin, 26, campaigned to ban upskirting after she chased down a man who had placed a phone between her legs and taken a picture while she was at a crowded music festival in London's Hyde Park in 2017.
She discovered the practice was not a criminal offense and launched a campaign for a law forbidding it...