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Thursday, August 26, 2010

Week 10 Sarah Anderson

In my opinion celebrities do deserve protection from the paparazzi, and the news media does not have the right to pursue these figures at will. These people may be famous but they are still human and still have feelings and emotions. These people have families and small children. It is a shame that many celebrities feel like they cannot take their children out in public without hiding them or having security surrounding them.

A public figure’s role as a public figure should end when they are not on stage or being filmed and their privacy should begin once they leave the set of a show, or are no longer being filmed. When they are in public with their families or friends they should be able to live their life just as we do. Celebrities are people too.

Being hounded by anyone is bothersome even we as normal people can agree to that.

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