It all began when one resident created a small building with a screen that cycled through various up-skirt shots of various avatars from all around SL. Very few (if any) of these screenshots were given permission to be displayed, so many people demanded their pictures be taken down. It developed into an arguement of privacy rights as well as intellectual property discussion (the arguement that one has certain ownership rights over their avatar and how it is presented), versus the display of images publically visible to anyone who cared to "Alt-Cam" (focus the camera) to see up others' skirts themselves. Eventually Linden Lab decided that the pictures were not within TOS/CS standards, deeming them "offensive", and the resident who owned the object was suspended for 3 days. The pictures were at first left up during the resident's suspension, which caused the resident to become concerned that they would get suspended even longer for it, so the pictures were deleted by a Linden at the request of the owner. The discussion continued in the forums for a slight time after this happened, then eventually the topic was closed after petering out.