Where do you draw the line in reporting on celebrities?

Question: Where do you draw the line in reporting on celebrities?

Fuller: Well we don’t do things . . . Like we don’t believe in doing things like taking long range pictures, or buying pictures that were taken at long range of people sunning topless in their back yards or on a yacht. We don’t photograph children’s schools – like the children of celebrities, their schools; or reveal their school addresses. We don’t reveal . . . In fact we don’t reveal people’s addresses. There’s . . . You know there’s lines that I feel have . . . that we never have crossed, however, that a lot of other media have crossed at this point. And it seems like the same standards that magazines are held to are not the same in the digital world. And so some of the web sites, I mean they have revealed all kinds of things we never would have done before. Recorded On: 1/30/08

Fuller does not condone long-range pictures.

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