Jonathan Steinsapir covers hacked photos in
guest column with Hollywood Reporter
KWIKA partner Jonathan Steinsapir was invited to write a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter on the legal implications of the recent theft by hackers of nude pictures of several female celebrities. In his article, Jon shows us how the First Amendment goes a little farther than most people might expect when it comes to a celebrity’s right to prevent further distribution of the stolen photos.
The Vietnam War, patent trolls, copyrights, prior restraint—Jon explains how they all play a role in an issue he says “the law is ill-equipped to deal with.”
For the full story, see Celebrity Nude ‘Art’ Exposes the Limits of the Law.