In Argyll, Scotland, Martha Payne, 9, began photographing her school lunches each day and posting them, along with a review of the food, on her blog. She quickly gained a large following, but after less than two months, school officials ordered her to stop photographing her food. One day later, after media around the world picked up the story, they changed their minds and said she could resume photographing the food.
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