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We are watching

Posted Mar 17, 2006 in Miscellaneous.

If I was some kind of celebrity, I think I'd be more than a little concerned about sites like this. Celebrity sightings are recorded and generic viagra pills no prescription canada updated, buy prescription amoxil with their locations being plotted on a map. Presumably, this can help paparazzi, creeps, and fans follow their chosen targets all over the place. Shouldn't this sort of thing be illegal?

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    Now that is really creepy... but I bookmarked it for if I ever go to hollywood ;)

    Posted by James Henry on Mar 18, 2006.

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    No need to go to California. All those sightings are in New York City.

    Posted by Simon Jessey on Mar 19, 2006.

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    Oh well that if that is the case I wont be seeing them.

    Worked in New York for some time. I hate it with a passion.

    Posted by James Henry on Mar 19, 2006.

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    There will be a lawsuit against Gawker.com within the next year... I'd bet the farm on it.

    Posted by mario on Mar 22, 2006.

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    FFS, no it shouldn't be illegal. I don't want to bear the cost of making and upholding such laws and I don't want anybody telling me what I can and can't talk about.

    You have privacy in private places but to how to purchase cialis online get to any private place, you must traverse public spaces. If you want to eliminate public exchange of public information (e.g. photos or accounts of people seen in public, when and where) you're asking for a lot worse than that.

    Posted by Andy on Mar 24, 2006.