Should parents have a legal right to protect their children from unwanted commercial exploitation?
Hmmm. This arises from the Weller court case over paparazzi photographing her children without her consent.
Weller is keen to emphasise that the privacy of children is not of concern only to celebrities. She cites Doreen Lawrence, who feared that the brother of her murdered son Stephen would be targeted by racists after his picture was published in the press. The point here is that anyone could one day find themselves and their families the object of unwanted media attention.
Unwanted media attrention? The answer seems to be simple, Deborah.
Just be a Glasgow bin lorry driver.
They’ll have to move to Scotland, though, it seems….