Will the infamous Paparazzi soon be forgotten?

Have the fast times of the paparazzi have come to a screeching halt?
Italian actor Roberto Benigni runs from paparazzi during the shooting of Woody Allen's The Bop Decameron. ( Remo Casilli/Reuters)

From high-speed car chases to headlocks: for much of the 2000s, the paparazzi — and their photos — were everywhere. 

But Buzzfeed entertainment editor Claudia Rosenbaum says those days are gone. "The fast times of the paparazzi have come to a screeching halt". 

So what happened? And should we care? 

For insight, q guest host Rachel Giese checks in with Rosenbaum, as well as former paparazzo Daniel Ramos


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