Paparazzi Vs. Celebrity Kids: The Ethics Debate

Paparazzi Vs. Celebrity Kids: The Ethics Debate

A law passed in California imposes strict fines on paparazzi who aggressively go after children of celebrities - but the law only goes so far. Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are leading the charge to persuade media outlets not to purchase unauthorized photos of celebrities’ children. But the question at hand isn’t the law – it’s the ethics involved.

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