Everybody has an embarrassing moment from time to time. But who has the right to decide when it should be made public? A videojacking is when someone posts a video without the target's knowledge or permission with the intent to embarrass him/her or set him/her up for public ridicule.
Whenever you take or discover video like this, the default action shouldn't automatically be: "Let's put this on YouTube."
We're reposting this video as a teaching takeaway for schools or families to discuss this situation with teens. Think ahead before ever posting video of anyone. Have a little compassion. Ask yourself: 'how would I feel if someone did this to me?' Anticipate that your actions will trigger an overwhelming negative response toward the target, particularly if it goes viral.