Patrick Hruby's article on the online proliferation of candid photos of athletes engaged in potentially embarrassing or irresponsible behavior details how technological innovations like camera phones and photo editing software have made it easy for any fan to become a source of material.
But what would you do if you saw Paris Hilton and Matt Leinart taking a stroll? Or Kyle Orton downing drinks in a bar? Do you get a laugh out of these candid photos? And are fans violating an athlete's expectation of privacy, or are athletes violating their responsibility as role models?