The publisher of the magazine that published topless photos of Kate Middleton while she vacationed in a private home, Chateau d’Autet, in Paris has been charged with “invasion of privacy” as has been the photographer who took the photograph using a long lens from
a public road a half mile away.
Ernesto Mauri, publisher of Closer magazine, and photographer Valerie Suau have been charged with “invasion of privacy” for the photos, reports the Telegraph. There’s a lot more to the story which imediaethics.org goes into more HERE.
Meanwhile, back home, actress Evan Rachel Wood retweeted a follower’s tweet linking to a proposed bill from the Paparazzi Reform Initiative in California that would amend the current stalking laws to include activities by paparazzi and to expand privacy laws.
Interesting. Your thoughts?