File-This March 25, 2008 file photo showing designer Marc Jacobs, center, and a companion, left,are surrounded by paparazzi as they leave Ivy restaurant in West Hollywood, Calif. A photographer was struck by a car and killed on Tuesday Jan.1, 2012, as he darted across a street after snapping pictures of Justin Bieber's white Ferrari — and the teen heartthrob wasn't even in the car. The incident brought the dangers of paparazzi's often aggressive work into harsh focus, and prompted some celebrities to renew their calls for tougher laws to rein in their pursuers. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, file)

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File-This March 25, 2008 file photo showing designer Marc Jacobs, center, and a companion, left,are surrounded by paparazzi as they leave Ivy restaurant in West Hollywood, Calif. A photographer was struck by a car and killed on Tuesday Jan.1, 2012, as he darted across a street after snapping pictures of Justin Bieber's white Ferrari — and the teen heartthrob wasn't even in the car. The incident brought the dangers of paparazzi's often aggressive work into harsh focus, and prompted some celebrities to renew their calls for tougher laws to rein in their pursuers. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, file)
File-This March 25, 2008 file photo showing designer Marc Jacobs, center, and a companion, left,are surrounded by paparazzi as they leave Ivy restaurant in West Hollywood, Calif. A photographer was struck by a car and killed on Tuesday Jan.1, 2012, as he darted across a street after snapping pictures of Justin Bieber's white Ferrari — and the teen heartthrob wasn't even in the car. The incident brought the dangers of paparazzi's often aggressive work into harsh focus, and prompted some celebrities to renew their calls for tougher laws to rein in their pursuers. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, file)
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