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“The crux is that the First Amendment says you cannot have any laws that abridge freedom of speech or freedom of the press,” says Stanley.
Any other outcome, the Florida federal court implied in line with that earlier case, would cause Gawker to suffer a loss of First Amendment press freedom that, based on years of precedent, rightly trumps such an individual’s privacy concerns.
threatening privacy and first amendment rights, freelance photojournalists, paparazzi Not sure what I'd do without @Kibin - Alfredo Alvarez, student @ Miami University.
In previous years, the issue with the paparazzi and media has grown. With the advances in technology, it makes taking and posting photos of celebrities or public figures much easier.
The public appears greedy and feels privy to their private lives. Celebrities, or any public figure, have very limited privacy due to the paparazzi and media. The First Amendment Bubble examines how unbridled media are endangering the constitutional privileges journalists gained in the past century.
For decades, judges have generally affirmed that individual privacy takes a back seat to the public’s right to know. In the California legislature amended the law to provide that those who face such invasions of privacy can sue the paparazzi for “three times the amount of any general or .Download