Justin Bieber police photo An arrest ensued, as did a global marketing freak-out. But none of the accusations against Bieber were specifically at problem this week in the courtroom of Judge William Altfield, who is conspiring Bieber’s scenario. Rather, Altfield had to decide whether more than a dozen regional and national news agencies, including CNN and the Associated Press, had the right to obtain police footage that might also contain incidental footage of Bieber’s privates. (Disclosure: Among the 13 marketing sites listed as intervenors in the lawsuit were the Orlando Sentinel and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, which, like the Los Angeles Times, are owned by the Tribune Co.

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