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Some people believe that media should be allowed to publish information about the private lives of famous people. Others say that everybody has a right to privacy and this practice must be controlled or even stopped. Discuss both views.

In recent decades, human has witnessed the significant development of the internet, and it is clearly well-known that internet is the most crucial source of information included a famous person’s secret. Some people feel that it should be released widely to the internet. However, others have reservations about this phenomenon, arguing that publishing one’s private lives is wrongful and it should be banned. In my own perspectives, I personally believe that this should be deleted from the internet.

First and foremost, social media is an enormous storage of information, also it contains a bombardment of information. This could be critical if reader read the fake news about their beloved idol as well as it will destroys one’s reputation. Furthermore, it is tremendously dangerous because some over-reacted fans could make horrible actions in order to get close to their idol. For instance, Taylor Swift, a well-known famous US singer, got her apartment’s robbed because her address somehow went public to the internet.

On the other hand, everyone has a right to live privately, and they are protected by the government. As a result, it will be wrongfully if someone posts a star’s personal life on the public without permissions. Additionally, be supportive about protecting one’s private not only help arise the social’s awareness but also protect your beloved idol. To illustrate, there are several online groups trying to call everyone to stop looking for their idol’s personal.

In conclude, privacy should be protected, and posting a star’s private lives is lawfully.

P/s: I'm kind of running out of ideas for the conclusion... anyway, thanks for helping me, and have a good day Emotion: smile

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Comment: It is not just about information on the internet. Information about stars, politicians and royals gets published in very popular and sensational disreputable magazines and newspapers as well as on television. "The media" means the journalists and paparazzi who hound the celebrities, trying to get a "naughty" picture. They make lots of money selling their "exclusive" stories. Here is an example:


In recent decades, human (wrong word) has witnessed the significant development of the internet, and it is clearly well-known that internet is the most crucial source of information included (wrong word) a famous person’s (Which person? Only one secret?) secret. Some people feel that it should be released widely to the internet. (That is not the topic here.) However, others have reservations about this phenomenon, arguing that publishing one’s private information lives is wrongful and it should be banned. In my own perspectives, I personally believe that this (What?) should be deleted from the internet.

First and foremost, social media is an enormous storage of information, (The topic is not about social media. It is about the journalists and investigators who pry into the lives of celebrities..) also it contains a bombardment (wrong word) of information. This could be critical if reader read (wrong form) the fake news (It is not just about rumors; it also is about true statements.) about their beloved idol as well as it will destroys one’s reputation. Furthermore, it is tremendously dangerous because some over-reacted (wrong word) fans could make horrible actions in order to get close to their idol. For instance, Taylor Swift, a well-known famous US singer, got her apartment’s (wrong form) robbed because her address somehow went public to the internet.

On the other hand, everyone has a right to live privately, and they are protected by the government. As a result, it will be wrongfully (wrong form) if someone posts a star’s personal life on the public without permissions. (wrong form) Additionally, be supportive about protecting one’s private (wrong word) not only help arise (wrong word) the social’s (wrong word) awareness but also protect your beloved idol. To illustrate, there are several online groups trying to call everyone to stop looking for their idol’s personal. (wrong expression)

In conclude, privacy should be protected, and posting a star’s private lives (wrong word) is lawfully. (wrong word)

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Some people believe that media should be allowed to publish information about the private lives of famous people. Others say that everybody has a right to privacy and this practice must be controlled or even stopped. Discuss both views.

In recent decades, human has witnessed the significant development of the internet, and it is clearly well-known that internet is the most crucial source of information included a famous person’s secret. Some people feel that it should be released widely to the internet. However, others have reservations about this phenomenon, arguing that publishing one’s private lives is wrongful and it should be banned. In my own perspectives, I personally believe that this should be deleted from the internet.

First and foremost, social media is an enormous storage of information, also it contains a bombardment of information. This could be critical if reader read the fake news about their beloved idol as well as it will destroys one’s reputation. Furthermore, it is tremendously dangerous because some over-reacted fans could make horrible actions in order to get close to their idol. For instance, Taylor Swift, a well-known famous US singer, got her apartment’s robbed because her address somehow went public to the internet.

On the other hand, everyone has a right to live privately, and they are protected by the government. As a result, it will be wrongfully if someone posts a star’s personal life on the public without permissions. Additionally, be supportive about protecting one’s private not only help arise the social’s awareness but also protect your beloved idol. To illustrate, there are several online groups trying to call everyone to stop looking for their idol’s personal.

In conclude, privacy should be protected, and posting a star’s private lives is lawfully.

P/s: I'm kind of running out of ideas for the conclusion... anyway, thanks for helping me, and have a good day

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