Look out, Prince Harry, photo ban broken, more may emerge

24 Aug

The Sun say they printed the pics out of public interest. Not to profit from cheap scandal and titillation then.

Hollywood Trending

Well, that didn’t take long: The Prince Harry-naked-in-Vegas photos that had not been published in the U.K. (but were available to anyone in the world with an Internet connection), are front-page today in the nation’s best-selling tabloid paper, The Sun.

The red-faced, red-haired prince can thank Rupert Murdoch, whose News Corp media empire owns The Sun (and whose reporters have been accused of hacking the phone of royals in the past). The tabloid justified publication, under the headline “Heir It Is!”, as in the public interest because Harry represents the queen abroad even when he’s on a private visit.

The cellphone snaps of Harry, 27, naked in a hotel room filled with naked people were first published by TMZ in the USA this week, but the media in the U.K. were asked not to publish or show them so as not to invade Harry’s privacy.

All of them…

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Look out, Prince Harry, photo ban broken, more may emerge

24 Aug

The Sun say they printed the pics out of public interest. Not to profit from cheap scandal and titillation then.

Hollywood Trending

Well, that didn’t take long: The Prince Harry-naked-in-Vegas photos that had not been published in the U.K. (but were available to anyone in the world with an Internet connection), are front-page today in the nation’s best-selling tabloid paper, The Sun.

The red-faced, red-haired prince can thank Rupert Murdoch, whose News Corp media empire owns The Sun (and whose reporters have been accused of hacking the phone of royals in the past). The tabloid justified publication, under the headline “Heir It Is!”, as in the public interest because Harry represents the queen abroad even when he’s on a private visit.

The cellphone snaps of Harry, 27, naked in a hotel room filled with naked people were first published by TMZ in the USA this week, but the media in the U.K. were asked not to publish or show them so as not to invade Harry’s privacy.

All of them…

View original post 190 more words

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