In case you were under the impression that the British media were showing some type of journalistic restraint by not publishing naked Prince Harry photos, you could not be more wrong. Every tabloid in the country wanted to publish the photos, and why not considering that almost 100 million people have Googled "Prince Harry naked," in the last 48 hours. That is one of the fastest ever searches to 100M. All of the media in Britain were threatened by Prince Charles, who threatened legal action against any British media outlet which showed the photos. Because of the way the British privacy laws work, the publishers had no choice but back down because they would have lost. Of course, all of the pictures are still available to anyone in Britain who wants to see them if they have an internet connection, but Prince Charles wanted to have the British media appear they were doing the right thing, when in fact they were effectively being blackmailed by the Royal Family. One newspaper in Northern Ireland, the Evening Herald broke the ban and put one on the cover of their newspaper because they said the ban made no sense and welcomed the fight.