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Posted at 10:40 AM ET, 09/18/2012

Read this: The Kate photos and the law; the Stewart-O’Reilly debate; Carly Rae Jepsen

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Wills and Kate in Tuvalu today. (Tony Prcevich/AFP/Getty Images)

Is it actually against the law to take someone’s picture in a private setting without their consent? Yes, arguably. But is it illegal to publish those photos? That’s trickier, reports Paul Farhi, examining the thicket of Euro laws involved in the royal family’s court battle over the topless Kate pics. Update: The British royals won an injunction in French court this morning, reports AP.

Check it out: Jon Stewart will debate Bill O’Reilly at George Washington University.


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“If you have to ask, it’s already too late.”

— Allison Stewart on the question of whether Carly Rae “Call Me Maybe” Jepsen can avoid “the ash bin of One Hit Wonder-dom.”


Earlier in Reliable Source: Mark Ein engaged to Sally Stiebel: Love match for Washington Kastles owner

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