I couldn't find it; it seems have been lost :/ Anyway, here's the billboard everyone's talking about As you can see, there's no identifying information on the billboard. Anyone who didn't already know the man and his ex and either knew what happened or asked couldn't know whether the man was even more than a model posing for the campaign. So the way I see it, the only people at risk of violating the woman's privacy are those who want this to go to court (where she'll like be identified) so they can exploit her to serve their own ends and use the court to silence this man's speech and shut down a campaign with a pro-life message. It's simple politics. They're willing to expose and exploit this woman and silence free speech in order to serve their pro-abortion agenda. All while pretending to stand for the woman's privacy and give half a damn about her.