Stars campaign to keep kid shots out of media
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It is not illegal in California to photograph a minor in public, but such photos can’t be used commercially without a release. And steps are being taken in the California legislature against photographers who harass children of the famous.
Yet the power of celebrity and a mother’s drive could be the most effective force of all.
Says Bell: "I’ll argue until my dying day that my daughter should not be affected by my career choice."
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