California Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed into law a bill aimed at preventing paparazzi from harassing the children of celebrities. The bill, introduced by state Sen. Kevin de León and spearheaded by actress Halle Berry, bars anyone from recording or photographing a children of public figures in a manner that seriously alarms, annoys, torments, or terrorizes them. Conviction for doing so could result in a one-year jail sentence or a $10,000 fine. The measure had been opposed by the California Newspaper Publishers' Association and The National Press Photographers Association, who expressed First Amendment concerns. But de León countered that the legislation is not aimed at preventing photographers from photographing children, only at their behavior while doing so.