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    Default Dealing with Paparazzi - best practice

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    Hi all,

    I have a client who wanted some basic background reading on dealing with paparazzi. They are becoming more high profile and wanted to have a think about how to manage it from privacy, reputational and of course security point of view. Does anyone have resources or recommended books that discuss this topic?

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    Punch to the throat......NEXT!!!!

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    Quality flash light with strobe feature for nighttime encounters and gloves pre coated with chap stick or similar to push the lens out of the way for daytime encounters, or just out smart them it isn't hard.

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    Bear traps.

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    I had a good ole' laugh reading through these responses. Definitely some measures that I will be taking advantage of myself, or telling people to use. On a more serious note, I guess one of the best things you could do was to tell them to hire some more personal security, or learn how to keep a low profile. There is this book I came across a while back called 'Winning the fame game", it didn't provide me with any new or ground breaking information, but it might come in handy for your client. I believe you can find a cheap copy on amazon.

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    Thanks. That actually looks like a worthwhile read.

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    Does anyone know if you can get a powerful strobe light/torch on the end of a telescopic umbrella (not the handle end )
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    Why would your client need a book? Why can't you advise the client?
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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel45155 View Post
    Why would your client need a book? Why can't you advise the client?
    She wanted an open source reference she could use for various reasons.

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