Now that Steven Tyler has left “American Idol” he has more time for other interests, like helping make laws. The rocker initiated Hawaii Senate Bill 465, AKA “The Steven Tyler Act.” It deals with constructive invasion of privacy, which basically means celebrities can take legal action if they are photographed with telephoto lenses in their homes or on private property. The bill is modeled after a similar California law. Tyler says Hawaii is a place for celebrities to peacefully vacation and the paparazzi there have to accept that.
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