Taking pictures as little Junior enters the world is considered by many families to be a birthright, literally. But more hospitals are cracking down on the delivery room paparazzi, in part over fears of lawsuits.
"Nationwide, photography and videography have been allowed in many delivery rooms for decades," the New York Times reports. "But in recent years, technology creep has forced some hospitals to rethink their policies as they seek to balance safety and legal protection with the desire by some new mothers to document all aspects of their lives, including the entire birth process."
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