Essay on Freedom From The Press
Many people will argue that once they took that career path they gave up their right to privacy. All humans have a right to privacy especially with regard to family issues. Carrying on the right attitude when you are going through a difficult time is not easy; imagine every aspect of your life being played out on television at the same time. It is selfish to take these peoples misery so that we the public can be entertained.
When John Travolta’s’ son Jett Travolta died reportedly from a seizure and hitting his head on a bathtub so much …show more content…
Eventually, Mr. Woods held a worldwide press conference and as expected, the media critics and public have questioned much including his sincerity because he read from a script and did not cry. Why is this important? Why bother trying to satisfy the media and fans when their hunger for ratings and entertainment is as big as any addiction being reported. Now imagine the money machine these stories become and the people who pop out of the woodwork to get their fifteen minutes of fame, while the real victims suffer in hiding.