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Agree with the decision? Kate's topless pics: French court orders photographer to hand over all photos

Kyle 2012/09/18 11:42:42
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  • Tastentier 2012/09/18 12:09:41
    agree
    Tastentier
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    She wasn't out in public but on a balcony that was part of her hotel room. This means that the photos violate her privacy rights. It's the same as taking photos through an open bedroom window.

    Even if the photo had been shot at a public beach, she would have grounds for a legal complaint in some EU countries unless the photographer or publisher asked her to sign a release form, provided that her person was the main motif of the photo and not just part of a crowd.

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  • l 2012/09/18 14:50:13
    agree
    l
    +1
    How low can these Paparazzi go?! To make a real difference they need to be sued for a lot more money!!
  • Steve 2012/09/18 14:35:03
    agree
    Steve
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    I agree!
  • PoliticalSanity 2012/09/18 14:03:27
    agree
    PoliticalSanity
    If guns kill people, then telephoto lenses invade people's privacy.
  • Lady Whitewolf 2012/09/18 13:43:50
    agree
    Lady Whitewolf
    +1
    SO agree.
  • Grabitz 2012/09/18 12:44:57
    disagree
    Grabitz
    No one made her run around naked .
  • Orsino Grabitz 2012/09/18 12:56:27
    Orsino
    She has a right not to be photographed with a long lense in a private situation and have it plastered over the gutter press across the world.
  • Grabitz Orsino 2012/09/18 13:29:02
    Grabitz
    You have no site privacy Outside . People see they are going to look , thats what God gave us eyes for . lady gadiver
  • AndrewTally 2012/09/18 12:40:48
    agree
    AndrewTally
    I agree with today's decision, but the point could be made that it's okay to take photo's of topless women unless they are bound for the throne.
  • belieber_shianna 2012/09/18 12:30:26
    agree
    belieber_shianna
    +1
    I totallyyy agree!!!
  • sky blue pink - American 2012/09/18 12:11:18
    agree
    sky blue pink - American
    +2
    Leave these kids alone and respect their privacy.
  • Lady Wh... sky blu... 2012/09/18 13:44:17
    Lady Whitewolf
    +1
    That's what my Mum says!
  • Tastentier 2012/09/18 12:09:41
    agree
    Tastentier
    +3
    She wasn't out in public but on a balcony that was part of her hotel room. This means that the photos violate her privacy rights. It's the same as taking photos through an open bedroom window.

    Even if the photo had been shot at a public beach, she would have grounds for a legal complaint in some EU countries unless the photographer or publisher asked her to sign a release form, provided that her person was the main motif of the photo and not just part of a crowd.
  • BattleBattlerBenji (PHAET) 2012/09/18 11:45:40
    agree
    BattleBattlerBenji (PHAET)
    +1
    Good. It was a gross breach of privacy.

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