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  1. Massachusetts' Supreme Judicial Court today threw out the state’s case against a man accused of secretly taking photographs up women’s skirts on the MBTA, arguing the women did not have a legal expectation of privacy on the trolley and were not partially nude as defined under current law, according to the State House News Service. 
  2. The court’s decision found that the state’s law against secretly photographing or videotaping a person who is nude or partially nude was written in a way to apply to “peeping toms,” but does not cover “upskirting.”
  3. Cue the Internet, which quickly raced from astonished reactions to calls for common sense ... to crass jokes. 
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