It’s a question of orientation.
A man in New Zealand, using a unique semantic defense, attempted to get out of a charge that he was filming down a woman’s blouse.
He argued that the law only forbids secret recordings made beneath or under clothing that are called "up skirt" photos, while his recordings were made "down blouse".
The court said that despite the geographic orientation of the camera, if a recording is made of a woman’s breasts and she did not intend others to see her breasts, the recording is illegal.
Secret filmer fails on loophole, Sun Live, New Zealand>>