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Stephen Colbert hailed a Massachusetts Supreme Court ruling making it legal to photograph underneath a person's clothing without their permission as a landmark for civil rights. “Upskirting is legal,” “The Colbert Report” host said on Thursday's show. “Let freedom ring.” “This decision means that upskirting Americans no longer have to sit at the back of the bus,” he added. “Now they can lay down on the floor like they like.” Also read: ‘True Detective’ Baffles ‘TheSoup'; ‘TheSoup’ Parody Baffles ‘True Detective’ Fans (Video) Colbert said the law isn't just a step forward for men with a loose appreciation of personal boundaries. »

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