Given the success of our last Free Debate Friday, we’re giving you another week of Free Debate Friday!
This week’s Free Debate Friday asks your opinion about celebrity privacy. In the last week, actress Amanda Bynes has continued to make headlines for her bad driving and odd behavior, Lindsay Lohan has been arrested again and photos of a topless Kate Middleton were taken without her consent. With media so readily accessible and with magazines paying top dollar for shots of celebrities, the public gets to learn about a celebrity’s new haircut, what they look like without make-up and who they’re “canoodling” with. But is our obsession with celebrities going too far? Are we invading their most private moments and even causing celebrities to do anything to get our attention? Or do celebrities give up their right to privacy when they become famous, or marry someone of importance, like a royal?
What do you think? Do Celebrities Have a Right to Privacy? If so, how much privacy? If not, why not?