No pictures in my shower, please
The paparazzi in Hollywood will have to think before they shoot and make sure they are not violating their target’s privacy. In October, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a new amendment to a decades-old law that would levy fines against photographers who take pictures of celebrities in private situations. The photographers, and the media outlets that purchase the photos, could face fines of up to $50,000 for violating the anti-paparazzi law, which takes effect in January. Former movie star Schwarzenegger is no stranger to the kind of situations the new law is supposed to prevent, according to CNN. In 1998, when he was still acting, Schwarzenegger was swarmed by paparazzi as he picked up his children from school.