What protections should the private lives of celebrities have in today's world. For example Demi Lovato should ban the paparazzi because of the stories that they spreaded. About her mental illness which she goes through on her own so know she has to worry about social media lies that will lose her fans and if Demi Lovato wants to talk about her illness she should be able to do it her own way.
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Celebrities should have the same privacy as every other human being. Just because there famous or anything else that they are they shouldn't have to feel different. Mental illness or not they are liable to share it out for themselves not someone expose them for what is wrong with them. So overall celebrity or not they're still a human being and should be treated in a respectful manner
For example Demi Lovato with her illness she didn't share it someone did for her. It's just really stressful of the people that go through this because most likely no one of a mental illness really wants others to know if they can't just tell by looking at them. Although if someone may not know by looking at you then someone finds out and tells others everyone else is gonna have a different point of view on that person from that day out.
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The protections of the private lives of celebrities should be more serious because they are just as human as the rest of us. They have feelings, emotions, and problems too. Magazines and journalists love to get the juicy details of celebrity lives and I feel as though if you become a celebrity you should be ready for that. To be a celebrity you have to be ready for all of the details of your life to slip out because that's what people want to know. It is something nobody can change because if you are popular you will have fans and they will want to know every detail of your life. I wish this problem could change because celebrities deserve privacy but it is definitely not likely to happen.
The private lives of celebrities should stay just that, private. Through the years there have been many cases of emotional and even physical harm being done due the the prying eye of the public on the celebrity life. For example, Demi Lovato has been struggling with mental illness for sometime now, yet news outlets and the general public don't lay off, even for a second. When someone makes a career off of someone else's suffering, in order to entertain the masses, what kind of entertainment is that?
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Celebrities should have some privacy, and protection from the media. I believe that if you are not on screen and don't give permission, then you don't need your picture taken or to be stalked. I say this because I would not be able to live where every day I had people following me trying to take pictures of me. This is a huge invasion of privacy. An actor or actress sign up to be filmed while on screen. Not to be on camera when they are on vacation or when they go out to eat with their kids.
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Celebrities are put in the spotlight in their personal life, but at some point the line must be drawn in protecting their privacy. Many celebrities don't have a personal life because everything they do is shown everywhere on social media for everyone to see. A lot of celebrities have children that didn't sign up for the type of spotlight that their parents did. In saying that the children are where the line should be drawn, it's the place where social media should take a step back and give them their privacy.
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Celebrities getting protection in their private life is really ironic. Once you become famous you know people are going to want to know what your doing in life. You give away your casual life once you set out for fame and that's a price that comes along with it. If you turn into a junkie and overdose that's news and paparazzi or the press have the right to report it. If you want a private life as a celebrity put a gate if 50 yards away from your house with curtains on the inside so people can't see what your doing. As a celebrity it's asking a lot for someone not to report about your life because you are set to that higher standard.
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Celeberties should be treated with respect and like a normal human being. People are always up in their business when they shouldn't be. When Demi Lovato relapsed the paparazzi were trying to get information on what happened it seemed like they were more worried about getting info about the incident then about her and how she feels. People should let celebrities talk about incidents that happen to them when they are ready not blurt it out without their permission. If the paparazzi blurt out all their information and they didn't want it to be shared then you may be hurting them more then they already were.
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Celebrities have little to no private lives out of the public view and they should have more protection from the media. The media puts out all this information surrounding mental health and things that shouldn't be made into articles about whatever celebrity it is. This causes backlash towards them and sparks into debates that aren't respectful or thoughtful in any way towards the celebrity. Their personal health and private doings should be off limits to the media.
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The private lives of celebrities in today's world should be exactly that- private. Just because they are popular doesn't mean every aspect of their life should be in the public eye. While we might think their lives are interesting, a lot of what we are told could be false. Celebrities mental health and sobriety has become a hot topic recently with Demi Lovato's apparent drug overdose. Like Lux Alptraum said, media coverage often provides misunderstandings and miscommunications about mental health. It becomes entertainment for a lot of people, which isn't helpful for their recovery. Although they may get lots of support and outlets for help, celebrities deserve the right to live their life in private just like the rest of us.
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Celebrities deserve the same amount of privacy and rights as normal people. Unfortunately, there is absolutely no way that this could ever come to fruition, due to the nature of the worlds society. We love to see famous people and their struggles, real or fake, big or small. It is a warm feeling to have these public figures go through normal everyday things, when normally, we perceive them as people who live the perfect life and have dream jobs. Many celebrities would definitely prefer their lives be kept under the radar, much like any other persons would be. Say a journalist writes an article about Demi Lovato's recent mental health and includes a lot of negative connotation. As a society, we see this as very normal journalism, but imagine if that were written about any random person. It would be seen as highly disrespectful and embarrassing. These celebrities deserve the right of privacy on all forms of media, just like any other person deserves.
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"As someone who lives with a mental illness, it's frustrating to watch when the behavior of celebrities grappling with their mental health is treated as fodder for the celebrity gossip mill," (paragraph 1). Being a celebrity isn't easy. How could I know right? I'm definitely not famous in anyway shape or form, but I can see it in their pictures, their posts that they were only chosen to live such a stressful life always having to make their fans proud and happy. If I had to guess, most celebrities never get a day to just themselves without cameras popping up in their faces. I feel as if they should only get their pictures taken if they permit the act. Because that's illegal right, Getting your picture taken without permission? And because of this I couldn't be a celebrity. I enjoy my privacy, it's unfortunate they don't have any.
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Celebrities live their lives in-front of a camera at all times these days and for some of them it is taking a toll on their lives. These stars sign over their lives to entertain everybody else and this gives them money and fame beyond any imagination so most people want to see what is going on inside their extravagant lives which leaves little to no privacy for the celebrities. The one problem going on though is that the media is looking at their mental state and making comments about it on their own even before consulting the person, this can lead to misunderstandings about the celebrity and the mental illness itself. The media needs to know what is acceptable to post about and what is off limits, in doing this it would save a lot of misunderstandings of these people and the ones that suffer from the illness.
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The private lives of celebrities should be their own, because it is their private life. Celebrities should have the same rights in their private life that we have in our private lives. Lux Alpteaum says, "Celebrates personal lives like a reality show". This shows us that celebrities don't have the right to a private life like we have. Celebrities should not get more protections than us in our private lives, but and equal amount of what we have. Lux Alpteaum also states, "why we love to turn celebrities darkest moments into entertainment". This explains that we do not give celebrities the right to a private life. Celebrities need to have equal protections in their private lives as we do, because they are citizens of this country just like us.
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Celebrities should definitely have some form of protection for their private lives against the outside world. There are surely boundaries to be had here, so that not every minute of celebrities' lives are shown on television and judged by all of the world. One thing that should be off limits to paparazzi are the celebrities' children. They're unable to consent, or even really comprehend the fact that their parent is famous. So it's wrong to televise their childhood, and let their identity out to the public. Children always make mistakes when they grow up, and if they're filmed and put on a newsreel, it could have terrible repercussions for that child. Also, as the article by Lux Alptraum states, often when celebrities deal with mental illness the media is quick to jump upon it, like a vulture. Naming the star as 'crazy', 'disturbed', or 'manic'. This continues to reinforce bad stereotypes for all who deal with mental illness, which makes their lives even harder than they already are, as well as harming the celebrities who are televised. There should be laws passed that protect celebrities from constant harassing from paparazzi in private places, such as their homes. Their children should receive equal, if not more protection, as well. Overall, the media needs to learn to be more respectful to these people's lives, and treat them more as human beings than living, walking, talking dollar signs.
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The lives of celebrities should be protected. Just because they are popular doesn't mean that they should have their entire life out in the open. Their families didn't ask of the cameras in their face and the kids didn't either. They news thinks that their personal lives are newsworthy when it comes to what ever is going on in their lives. Some have mental illnesses and they don't need that blasted all over social media. The coverage of what they are going through can help someone with what they are going through and that is a positive about it being every where. We encourage them to do things that they wouldn't normally do because they get paid money to do it and the more attention they get the more money and publicity they have so their name is still in people's minds. They don't take good care of themselves because they want to make as much money as possible. The lives of celebrities need to be protected to an extent so that they don't get hurt or their families don't get hurt.
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Celebrities should have the same rights to privacy as every other person because not everyone knows what exactly is going on with them or in their lives. As Lux Alptraum writes, he explains how celebrities may have a mental illness that they do not wanna share or the public does not recognize its affect on a person. He also explains how that might cause a celebrity to have a meltdown due to all of the attention placed on them. Celebrities have their right to privacy as these illnesses can trigger certain emotions with the attention of the entire nation constantly on them. As a nation that does not know much on the topic of mental illness, we can only sympathize with them, but no real empathy is shown by the masses. Majority of the population does not have these problems so they do not know what it is like to be affected by such a thing, and having constant attention on oneself. Not everyone may truly know what is going on in the celebrities mind. The celebrity, should be able to keep it that way with their right to privacy.
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Celebrities are some of the most criticized people in todays society and even they deserve some privacy. You can find out everything you would want to know about a celebrity if you Googled them or looked on just about any social media page, and I feel like that shouldn't really be the case. They should have some privacy when dealing with family deaths and having children. Some celebrities were accidentally brought into fame and just want to live a normal life but fans and reporters are limiting that by trying to capture every glimpse of the celebrity's life. When a celebrity has a kid on the way we shouldn't have to know every little thing about the child. Having kids is stressful enough already and with everyone wanting to hear every detail I feel that would make the situation even more stressful>
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The private yet very public lives of celebrity. So often than not we take celebrity's darkest moments and turn them into entertainment. When your problems are broadcast even in a way that's humorous and not harmful, it still shows lack of empathy for that person. It takes a toll on the mental health of that person just because of the damaging ways we talk about them. Finding that line of where to indulge into celebrity's personal lives is complicated, but our main focus should be to give them as much space as possible, to protect there own well-being.
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What protections should the private lives of celeberties have in todays world? The lives of these celeberties should be protected from the damanging effects from certian media sources describing mental illness. The way certain media outlets describe someone or a celebertiy who has had a "manic episode" or current problem can only fuel the fire to their problem and creates a misinformed steryotype about that person.
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Celebrities should have the same respect that regular people are given. They did sign up for fame and fortune, but its still disrespectful. It can ruin their lives, they deserve privacy. Yes, everyone loves the juicy gossip, but they are just normal people like us. They don't need their whole lives broad cased around the world. Doing so, can really affect their mental health, and make them see themselves in a bad way. They deserve privacy.
Personal lives of celebrities should be protected and off limits to some extent. It was their choice to be in the public spotlight, which makes me feel they should not be surprised or upset if a papparazzi catches them out. But, when it comes to their children, families, and homes, those intimate relationships need to be protected and off limits to the public. Celebrities are people too, and not having privacy whatsoever can easily drive a person insane.