HONOLULU (AP) — Rock stars Steven Tyler and Mick Fleetwood are at a Hawaii
legislative hearing to push a bill aimed at protecting celebrities' privacy.
The so-called Steven Tyler Act would give celebrities or anyone else the
power to sue paparazzi who take photos or video of their private lives in an
Tyler says he had his manager draft the bill and requested that Sen. Kalani
English introduce it on his behalf.
The former "American Idol" judge recently bought a multi-million dollar home
in English's district on Maui.
National media organizations oppose the bill and say the law would infringe
on constitutional rights.
More than two-thirds of the state Senate co-sponsored the measure. Britney
Spears and Avril Lavigne are among more than a dozen celebrities who submitted
testimony supporting the bill.
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