The technology of photography allows those intent on violating privacy to do so. We all know how long lenses captured those intimate moments in the marriage of Prince William and spouse Kate. However, the courts may stand between the camera and the couples.
In France, reports Bloomberg, Judge Jean-Michael Hayat ruled that Closer must turn in the originals of the photos taken. If it produces the photos again in public it will pay about a $13,000 fine for every time it does that.
Human values trump technology and greed.