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Miami lawyer William Hill said there is probably nothing that could be done legally to those who watched and did not act. As police entered the room, the audience's reaction was filled with Internet shorthand: But the drawn-out drama — and the reaction of those watching — was seen as an extreme example of young people's penchant for sharing intimate details about themselves over the Internet. Montana Miller, an assistant professor of popular culture at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, said Biggs' very public suicide was not shocking, given the way teenagers chronicle every facet of their lives on sites like Facebook and MySpace. Copyright The Associated Press. The Web site would not say how many people were watching the broadcast. Someone notified the moderator of the bodybuilding site, who traced Biggs' location and called police, Crane said.
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Biggs, a year-old Broward College student who suffered from what his family said was bipolar disorder, or manic depression, lay dead on his bed in his father's Pembroke Pines house Wednesday afternoon, the camera still running 12 hours after Biggs announced his intentions online around 3 a. Biggs fla teen commits suicide with live web not the first person to commit suicide with a webcam rolling. Biggs' family was infuriated that no one acted sooner to save him, neither the viewers nor the Web site that hosted the live video, Justin. The Web site shows a video image, with a space alongside where computer users can instantly post comments. Only when police arrived did the Web feed stop, "so that's 12 hours of watching," said the victim's sister, Rosalind Bigg.
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