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Published: Thursday, Aug. 15 2013 6:00 a.m. MDT

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Elsmere, DE

In Italy at least, children who are "private citizens" cannot have their names or faces shown in media. That leads to situations like pictures of Princess Caroline's daughter on a beach with a friend, but the friend's face is blurred out and her name is not mentioned. I don't think that would quite fly constitutionally here, but it might be something to keep in mind.

I know it. I Live it. I Love it.
Salt Lake City, UT

Shoving your camera in a kids face...
Spying on a person and their family in their day to day life...

These things are not "legitimate newsgathering activities".

They are invasive and criminal. Freedom of the press was meant to protect us, not to allow us to harass people, even if they have become idols the masses worship.

CHS 85
Sandy, UT

I would do anything Jennifer Garner asked me to do. :)

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