LOS ANGELES (AP) - California authorities have slapped an online site with a series of child-labor law violations for videotaping two of Nadya Suleman's octuplets.

State Labor Commissioner Angela Bradstreet said Tuesday that the Web site RadarOnline put the newborns at risk by failing to get required state permits and videotaping the infants at hours and for periods of time banned by regulations.

Those rules are intended to protect the health and safety of the children.

Suleman had an exclusive contract with the Web site that permitted videotaping of the children.

Chris Myers of RadarOnline said he hadn't seen the violations and had no immediate comment.

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