Some people think that the media should be allowed to publicize information of someone’s private life while others believe that the media should be regulated in this regard. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

A few people are of the view that TVs and newspapers should be allowed to make someone's private life information public; however, others disagree with this view. In my opinion, they should be permitted to publicize someone's private life.

The advocates of publicizing everyone's privacy in a media believe that people will learn a lesson of how to live their lives honestly. This is because they will fear that if they commit any crime or illegal activity, it will be disclosed in a public at large. As a result, they may become famous for involvement in crimes and face serious consequences. Mr. Mogo Russel, the prime minister of Brazil, for example, was forced to stepdown in 2011 when the leading newspaper disclosed that he had laundered money in some western countries. Thus, it is much better to allow the media to publicize the information of private lives of others.

Conversely, many believe that the media should not be permitted to divulge someone's privacy because people will be blackmailed. In other words, many people make mistakes and try to rectify it without wanting to inform others; however, those who work in TV channels or newspapers will not understand that and can defame these people. Persons working in the media will most probably highlight the issue in public unless they obtain the required money. Two actors of the Bollywood, for instance, were defamed in 2017 by The Times Magazine as they were alleged of using drugs in a private party. When they paid some money, this magazine tendered apology.

In conclusion, although some people are against the publicizing details of someone's private life, I think that the media should have the permission to do that. The reason is general public will fear from committing any crime.

A few people are of the view that TVs and newspapers should be allowed to make the details of someone's private life information public; however, others disagree with this view. In my opinion, they should be permitted to publicize someone's private life.

The advocates of publicizing everyone's privacy (wrong word) in a media (wrong usage) believe that people will learn a lesson on of how to live their lives honestly. This is because they will fear that if they commit any crime or illegal activity, it will be disclosed to the in a public at large. As a result, they may become famous for involvement in crimes and face serious consequences. Mr. Mogo Russel, the prime minister of Brazil, for example, was forced to stepdown in 2011 when the leading newspaper disclosed that he had laundered money in some western countries. Thus, it is much better to allow the media to publicize the information of private lives of others.

Conversely, many believe that the media should not be permitted to divulge someone's privacy (wrong word) because people will be blackmailed. In other words, many people make mistakes and try to rectify it without wanting to inform others; however, those who work in TV channels or newspapers will not understand that and can defame (If you defame someone, you are telling false and scandalous stories about them. In this case, the reporter who publishes a false story can be sued for libel. The topic is not about dishonest reporters. ) these people. Persons working in the media will most probably highlight the issue in public unless they obtain the required money. (Are the reporters blackmailing people? That is a crime.) Two actors of the Bollywood, for instance, were defamed in 2017 by The Times Magazine as they were alleged of using drugs in a private party. When they paid some money, this magazine tendered an apology. (The actors would not pay a bribe, they would threaten a lawsuit.)

In conclusion, although some people are against the publicizing details of someone's private life, I think that the media should have the permission to do that. The reason is general public will fear from committing any crime.

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