Are famous people treated unfairly by the media? Should they be given more privacy, or is the price of their fame an invasion into their private life?

Nowadays, the invasion of
privacy
of famous people,
such
as celebrities, on mass media has been receiving a great deal of public attention.
Although
the media somehow violates and gives more attention to the private lives, there is no need to give extra protection to them.
To begin
with, since famous people have profound influences on the public, their personal lives would be a target of the media.
In other words
, news about public figures would be attractive to a number of audiences who are fans and concerned about their idols’ lives, which guarantees a profit for the news’ owner.
In addition
, once a famous person has a flaw, he would be criticized more strictly than an ordinary one would be.
For example
, a singer wears a bag made of an animal hide, which encourages her fans to do the same thing. It is essential for the media
to proceed
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proceed
against her action more strictly than the same act of an ordinary one.
On the other hand
, giving more concerns about
famous figures’ personal lives
Suggestion
the famous figures’ personal lives
should be taken into account.
First
, it is true that personal
privacy
is a radical demand for each person,
therefore
, famous ones are
also
in need. In fact, some celebrities are miserable that they even lose their freedom at home because there are many paparazzi around their homes watching and capturing them any time.
Nevertheless
, offering a special treat for their
privacy
may exaggerate the issue because they are capable of prosecuting who are invading their personal life.
This
means that
people whoever
Accept comma addition
people, whoever
attack
personal life
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the personal life
of
any one
any person
anyone
should be considered a crime. In conclusion, a popular figure is merely a person who needs the
privacy
for himself. While the media ought to respect his
privacy
demand in order to avoid committing an
offense
a lack of politeness; a failure to show regard for others; wounding the feelings or others
offence
, having more personal
privacy
should be treated by his
own
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owner
.
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