Since announcing that they wanted to stop media organizations from publishing photos of celebrity children without their consent, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have been campaigning hard to make that happen. And looks like they're actually getting somewhere.
In January, Shepard and Bell asked their fans to stop reading magazines that use paparazzi photos of celebrity children. The couple has targeted People magazine specifically as a publication that could and should put this ban on "unauthorized" photos into effect. On Twitter, Bell said the couple has gone after People because "they're better than their trashy weekly counterparts. they are a quality ent mag," she wrote. "They often print REAL stories abt REAL ppl who actually deserve to be news. But they need a nudge in the right direction." Bell also spoke with BuzzFeed about the issue, criticized Radar Online for publishing photos of Phillip Seymour Hoffman's kids on the way to his funeral and railed against the E! network and other media outlets.