Kate Middleton, the future Queen of a whole bunch of countries, has breasts. These breasts have been making more news than usual because a dastardly paparazzo snapped some shots of them from very very far away.
He then sold the breasts to newspaper editors from all over the world and these images have been published in Italy, France, and Ireland, but not in Britain. They will very soon be all over the internet for all to see.
Kate and her royal family are understandably very upset, and have gone to court to prevent further distribution. But are they right to do so? Was the picture taking an invasion of privacy? In a free society do publishers have the right to print what they like? Will you go online and try to see these breasts? The questions raised by this grave matter are many. Urtak is here to help.