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I don't know if privacy laws were different then, I don't know, but from just looking at them, I feel personally I wouldn't have done that. And obviously she's a very private person and you have to respect that.

With publishing photographs of children on beaches? I'm trying to think. Because that's a difficult one as well, because there are some people who are very happy to have their children in pictures on beaches having fun with their parents, and there are some people just we know would be unhappy with that, and we kind of know who they are. If we were worried there's like a line we might cross, then we definitely wouldn't publish them.

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