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    Blaiming the Paparazzi

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    In 1997, Princess Diana died in a car crash in Paris, which was blamed on the paparazzi that were chasing her. Because the accident happened in France, no British charges can be laid against the photographers. However, nine were charged with manslaughter in France, but the charges were thrown out in 2002. Three photographers Jacques Langevin, Christian Martinez and Fabrice Chassery were convicted of invasion of privacy for taking pictures of Princess Diana and were each fined one euro in 2006. Of

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    Paparazzi Policy Speech

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    harassment? Yes its sad to think that these people don't get any privacy anymore, but what most of us need to worry about is that it could affect us next. Paparazzi have gotten more wild and out of control over the years and if we don't do anything about it now, it will only get worse. SLIDESHOW First we will go over exactly what the problem with the paparazzi is; such as how they are hired for magazines and abuse their power as a means to stalk individuals, not only

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    The paparazzi is a group of people that go and try to get celebrities personal information to sell to others to make money off of. The paparazzi is harassing celebrities by receiving pictures and different forms of media to sell to other people to make money for themselves. It happens when the celebrity is currently big on the media and the paparazzi can make the most money on them. It is allowed to happen because there are no current laws about how close the paparazzi can get into your privacy.

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    The paparazzi - a fusion of the Italian words papatacci, meaning gnat and razzi meaning the popping of flashbulbs. It is also known as aggressive photography. The word paparazzo was coined by Federico Fellini, the name he gave to a prying society cameraman in his 1959 film "La Dolce Vita". Paparazzi photographers are fueled by large sums of money offered by the tabloid press. They try to catch the rich and famous in unflattering situations. The new breed of journalism grew by leaps and bounds after

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    Essay Laws against the Paparazzi Frenzy

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    with cameras. Over the years, the paparazzi have sought scandals from celebrities in order to receive money. In the process, they have stripped thousands of celebrities from their privacy rights. According to the 2006 blog, “The Digital Paparazzi”, there have been 1,360 different events between the years of 1999 and 2010 involving the intrusive photographers (Sim and Adcock, n.p.). They have caused numerous headaches, injuries, and even deaths. The abuse from paparazzi has gotten extreme to the point

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    Brianna Ervin Ms. Terry English 12 Hour 8 Limitations of Paparazzi The term “paparazzi”, defined as “a freelance photographer”, originates from the name “Paparazzo”. In a film, La Dolce Vita, a character that played the photographer was named Paparazzo. This word comes from an Italian word, which describes an annoying noise. The author of the film refers to the noise as a buzzing insect, which is shown as the shutters of the camera. Generally people find insects annoying, and typically their first

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    Brianna Ervin Ms. Terry English 12 Hour 8 Limitations of Paparazzi The term “paparazzi”, defined as “a freelance photographer”, originates from the name “Paparazzo”. In a film, La Dolce Vita, a character that played the photographer was named Paparazzo. This word comes from an Italian word, which describes an annoying noise. The author of the film refers to the noise as a buzzing insect, which is shown as the shutters of the camera. Generally people find insects annoying, and typically their first

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    or even psychological state. Celebrities often find themselves victimized by the paparazzi in this way, and breakdowns due to a negative appearance in the spotlight have become prevalent in modern day socialite culture. Today, with everything just a click away, it is surprisingly easy to find intimate details of a celebrity’s life, and even easier to find incriminating photos with falsified headlines. The paparazzi has a negative connotation in society, and has generated an aversive effect on celebrities

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    How much was paid for the photo? Was anyone injured or harassed in the process of taking this photo? Do celebrities have a right to privacy? This essay takes a look at the paparazzi, the celebrities, the tactics used to take the pictures, and the tactics used to avoid a photo from being taken. The Paparazzi The paparazzi are possibly the most despised media practitioners. Members of this group can be seen on the streets of Los Angeles and New York, hoping to catch an unguarded moment of a celebrity

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    The Swarm of Paparazzi

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    Paparazzi Paparazzi are people that celebrities are always swarmed by and they can become too aggressive to get that one perfect picture, but why? Paparazzi are photographers that go far beyond what may be appropriate to others to get these photos, whether it is crashing a formal party, following celebrities in a car, or even breaking into the home of the celebrities. Paparazzi can get a large amount of money for these photos that they sell to tabloids that want these sometimes embarrassing and

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