The Los Angeles City Council has proposed a new law concerning celebrity privacy, as it is affected (and for the most part eviscerated) by the paparazzi. This brings up a whole host of questions, such as: "Doesn't the City Council have better things to think about?" and "Why do these rich people need any extra protection?" and "Why deprive them of the press that they so fervently seek when it suits them to do so?" All these are questions that a lot of people, in and out of the entertainment industry, find themselves asking.
The problem with that kind of attitude is the following:
Most of my clients are celebrities, and I will tell you that not all celebrities are wealthy, and can afford their own compound or security.