Transcript for Princess Kate Paparazzi Trial Could Be Landmark Case
Back now with our big board. Let's get started with Dan Abrams at the table. Latest on that trial involving princess Kate. Six joushlists facing a year in prison after publishing topless photos of Kate. We're talking about a possibility of actually having to serve time. Keep in mind that when these Paparazzi take these kind of pictures typically built into the cost of it is potential fines, potential legal fees in Europe. If we get into trouble we'll have to pay X amount of dollars. Criminal changes everything. You're no longer talking about how many dollars you're talking about the possibility of time and executives from the magazine, you're talking about the photographers, this is a big deal the trial has been delayed a little bit. Is this a British thing or could this happen in America because obviously celebrities are routinely stalked by Paparazzi? Similar charges if the same thing happened here. They would not. France has the toughest privacy laws in Europe, at least some of them. The fact that this occurred here makes it harder. Why they're suing there and why they pushed so hard for the prosecution there which is to send a message. Yes, tough new laws in California, for example, about Paparazzi, particular about the way they drive and treat children, et cetera, et cetera. You could probably get fined or sued, et cetera, for using a photo lens if you're invading someone's privacy. Not criminal. This is actually on a public street. You can see the home where they were at from that public street. A pretty big business right now. Written off if there's a finding as the cost of doing business or a real determine -- If you're talking about jail time I think this is going -- this could fundamentally change the way things occur in Europe. Dan, thank you very much. Up next the con courtroom electron IBS show kicking off in Vegas today. Showcasing the gadgets you and your kids will be begging for next Christmas. Rebecca Jarvis is there with the latest gadgets. The CD was revealed back in 1981, what is everybody talking about this year? Amy, this is where you come to see the future and the future holds a lot of robots. People out there, they might have an Alexa at home but this is the Amy robot. We found it from a sea of robots. We'll talk to her. Good morning, Amy. Good morning, America. Special message for you guys. She can also dance. Can you dance for us, Amy? And she can be your personal assists. They can play chess, take your phone calls. A good dancer for us. Thank you so much, Amy. She's very obedient. The sleep number smart bed, sleep number smart bed, guys, first of all it gels to your body and warms your feet. I was speaking with Kelly who was with the company from Minnesota. It's nice to have a foot warmer in bed. If you start snoring it will prop your body up, guys, so you stop snoring at night. That's amazing. That beats the elbow I get from Ali. We have this. This is the everything-proof speaker and you can pour water on it. Let me open the water. You can pour water on it. It's all good. You can even throw it on the floor. Keeps playing, guys. Wow, Rebecca, I heard about this morning. This superduper expensive laptop. 9,000 computer. They're calling it the ferrari of laptops because it has a curved screen, you can control it with the eyes. This is for the gamers out there. Talked to some gamers, they're really, really excited about this. You could be seeing a lot more of this technology in the years ahead. Control with your eyes instead of a mouse. You control with your eyes. You can imagine that will be very universal for a lot of people. In particular the gamers out there who doesn't want to take that extra click. 9,000 ferrari computer. I have to talk topless photos, how did that happen? She's having so much fun out there. Thank you, both. Coming up in two minutes the family at the center of the video we have seen so many
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