Stalkerazzi Law Signed

by Willow Green |
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A so-called "stalkerazzi" law - aimed at protecting the privacy of celebrities - has been introduced in California. The new law, signed by California governor Pete Wilson on Wednesday, bars the filming or recording of celebrities "engaging in a personal or family activity in circumstances where they had a reasonable expectation of privacy." Numerous film stars, including Arnold Schwarzeneggar, George Clooney and notorious press-hater, Alec Baldwin, all back the bill. It had been opposed by the ACLU.

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