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# paparazzi - Friday 20 January, 2017

Chrissy Teigen has called out a paparazzo for shouting racist slurs at her husband John Legend

“And people wonder why celebrities lose it in pictures,” the model tweeted.

# paparazzi - Thursday 30 June, 2016

This genius scarf makes it impossible for paparazzi to take photos of celebrities

The fabric reflects light back into the camera, rendering the flash useless.

# paparazzi - Wednesday 8 June, 2016

This Sligo student accidentally went viral as Tyga's 'mystery woman'

This is what happens when you get papped talking to a recently-single reality TV star in LA.

# paparazzi - Thursday 29 October, 2015

Everyone’s talking about this video of North West trying to dodge paparazzi

Should a toddler have to ask photographers for privacy?

# paparazzi - Friday 14 August, 2015

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Paparazzi are using playground children as bait to lure Prince George out into the open

It’s just one of the “extreme lengths” they’re going to.

# paparazzi - Saturday 28 February, 2015

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# paparazzi - Wednesday 23 July, 2014

Adele’s baby son wins damages over paparazzi photos

The one-year-old got a five-figure payout for the pictures of his ‘milestone moments’.

# paparazzi - Monday 24 February, 2014

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Sharon Ní Bheoláin considering Press Council complaint after being ‘papped’

A number of images taken of the RTÉ presenter, taken without her knowledge, appeared in national papers today.

# paparazzi - Wednesday 14 August, 2013

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A-List actresses urge California lawmakers to get tough on paparazzi

A new law would make taking a child’s picture without consent of a guardian illegal in the US state of California.

# paparazzi - Wednesday 2 January, 2013

Paparazzo killed while snapping Justin Bieber’s car

The photographer was hit by another vehicle after taking photos of the singer’s white Ferrari.

# paparazzi - Friday 26 October, 2012

Are Angie and Brad settling in Limerick?

According to a Limerick County Council planning application they are…

# paparazzi - Friday 28 September, 2012

Oh dear! More photos of Kate Middleton in the nip published

A Danish tabloid has pictures of the Duchess… bottomless.

# paparazzi - Sunday 5 February, 2012

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

# paparazzi - Friday 11 November, 2011

Mother of Grant’s baby seeks court order against photographers

The 51-year-old British actor became a Dad in September but the baby’s mother has complained of being harassed by paparazzi ever since the announcement was made earlier this month.

# paparazzi - Saturday 18 September, 2010

Russell Brand arrested for battery in LA airport

Comedian punches paparazzo as he and fiancée Katy Perry move through airport security.

# paparazzi - Friday 30 July, 2010

HE’S THE BILLIONAIRE founder of Facebook. At 26 Mark Zuckerberg has earned billions allowing people to post their pictures and document their innermost thoughts online – but now he’s receiving a taste of his own medicine.

Leading US website Gawker decided to put Mark Zuckerberg’s thoughts on privacy to the test, following him from his home in and around Silicon Valley for a day.

Gawker’s photographer Nick Stern spent a full day trailing Zuckerberg, snapping him outside a California bar, outside his modest terrace house, going to Chinese lessons and hugging his girlfriend Priscilla Chan.

Gawker justified its paparazzi tactics saying:

“If it feels a little naughty to take such a close look into Zuckerberg’s life, remember that this is the executive who pushed the private information of Facebook’s hundreds of millions of users progressively further into the public sphere. Facebook turned users’ friends lists into public information; it asked them to either publicize their likes and interests or delete such information entirely; it removed the option to conceal their profile photos; Facebook even let some partner websites tap into profiles without asking.”

Only this week Facebook came under pressure after a security expert published the names and user IDs of over 100m users. Today The Telegraph’s Milo Yiannopoulos, former contributing editor to TechCrunch asks the question: “Is this the death of privacy?