Many newspapers and magazines feature stories about the private lives of famous people. We know what they eat, where they buy their clothes and who they love. We also often see pictures of them in private situations. Is it appropriate for a magazine or newspaper to give this kind of private information about people? Give reasons for your answer. Write at least 250 words.

Newspapers are part and parcel of our lives, we read them
first
thing in the morning to learn about the world situation.
However these
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However, these
days the stories about what a
flim
a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement
film
fallen
star wore to
gym
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the gym
a gym
or with whom an
actor
had dinner is the headline and
this
makes me wonder do I really need
this
information with my breakfast. It is not appropriate for the editors
to publish
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publish
such
stories because everyone has the right to
some
one or some or every or all without specification
any
private space. Privacy is the right of everyone, even of a public figure.
Firstly these
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Firstly, these
information hampers the private life of not only the
actor but
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actor, but
also
their near and dear ones.
For example
a two year old kid being followed by paparazzi because his father is famous scares him
of
from a particular thing or place or position
off
going out ever.
Secondly it
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Secondly, it
has a psychological effect on the actors
also
. Sometimes news reaches their family directly through a newspaper.
For
example once
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example, once
an
actor
was caught kissing and the photo became the headline of the daily newspaper. Sometimes it depresses the
actor
also
. One more problem arising out of
this
is people start to harass them. General public now knows the daily routine of a famous one and they are ready for autographs or selfies outside their hotel or gym. Now a
days
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day
this
problem has grown because a paper has separately two pages
for
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of
gossip. Surprisingly
this
makes the writer to invent stories
also
and
rumor
gossip (usually a mixture of truth and untruth) passed around by word of mouth
rumour
spreads. Since the celebrities don't have time to squash the
rumor
gossip (usually a mixture of truth and untruth) passed around by word of mouth
rumour
it keeps on going making people believe in wrong information. To conclude
such
news not only has a bad impact on the
actors but
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actors, but
also
is unnecessary for the general public and
hence
steps need to be taken to stop it.
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