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    Celebs Jittery Over Gawker Stalker

    chrisgwyneth.jpgThe Gawker Stalker, a Google-tooled invention that makes celebrity sightings in New York oh-so-easy, is under attack by stars, who have always treasured their relative anonymity in the Big Apple. (That also is kinda laughable since it seems half the paparazzi shots that end up in popular tabloids originate from New York.)


    CNN reported that celebrities fear for their privacy and safety, calling the site rife with "dangerous information." The site feeds on the notion that everyone can be a paparazzo, so that as soon as they see a celeb drinking coffee or crossing the street, they can text or e-mail the information in.


    Jane Seymour, seen at MOMA admiring the sometimes creepy and scary Edvard Munch exhibit, called it creepy and scary to see herself on the site. But Gawker defenders said the chances of a superhuman fast stalker taking advantage of the information are not likely.


    It's at gawker.com/stalker, and it features a map of the city and sightings.


    Recent entries: Woody Allen on the Upper East Side, Robin Williams at a church on the Upper West Side, Keanu Reeves in SoHo and a positively surreal quartet dining at the UES' Elio: Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay hubby Chris Martin.


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