Kiss-and-tell eliminates rights of publicity and privacy

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July 27, 2003 In this newsletter: Kiss-and-tell eliminates rights of publicity and privacy 22-year old Diana Lynn Daly was caught on tape smooching with a member of Texas rockers Flickerstick, a group featured on VH1's "Bands on the Run" reality show. Daly had no problem with that. Embarrassed, Daly sued Viacom, Inc., Therefore, Daly could not claim misappropriation of her likeness in the program or in advertisements. Daly's other claims also failed. Daly v.

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22-year old Diana Lynn Daly was caught on tape smooching with a member of Texas rockers Flickerstick, a group featured on VH1's "Bands on the Run" reality show. Daly had no problem with that. Embarrassed, Daly sued Viacom, Inc., Therefore, Daly could not claim misappropriation of her likeness in the program or in advertisements. Furthermore, since Daly had publicly disclosed the kiss, she could no longer claim a right of privacy. Daly's other claims also failed.

Kiss-and-tell eliminates rights of publicity and privacy

Entertainment Law Resources Blog

July 27, 2003 In this newsletter: Kiss-and-tell eliminates rights of publicity and privacy 22-year old Diana Lynn Daly was caught on tape smooching with a member of Texas rockers Flickerstick, a group featured on VH1's "Bands on the Run" reality show. Daly had no problem with that. Embarrassed, Daly sued Viacom, Inc., Therefore, Daly could not claim misappropriation of her likeness in the program or in advertisements. Daly's other claims also failed. Daly v.