The world is split on 2 sides over the exposure of celebrities. The first camp says they crave publicity, work the press and are PR obsessed, therefore photographers should be permitted to snap them anywhere, any place, any time. If they get caught doing something offensive so what. Ha! Ha! "we're able to have a laugh at these over privileged free loading sycophants.
The other opinion starts out the same as the last one, they work the press, love the PR, get tons of exposure, are over privileged, yada-yada-yada- however the press should not be permitted to snap them in intimate settings, nor should they be allowed to camp out on their door steps.
I've got to say the second view holds the littler minority. So are these committed celebs entitled to some liberty from the press? Well whether you think movie stars like Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, or uber celebs like the Beckhams, Beyonce Knowles, J-Lo or Puff Father are promoting obsessed freaks, are their civil rights being violated by papparazzi's following their each day moves?
It appears not just yet in America or Great Britain. These countries have a voracious press and public requirement for gossip, frivolity and entertainment. The public delight at the turbulence, scandals and falls from grace that grace their celebrity heroes. The law courts aren't too heavy on the paps neither, unless there's a physical showdown.
As there are no laws pertaining to being snapped in the general public domain, celebs just have to put up with it. Let's face it many of them like it and doesn't it appear surprising that some celebs seem to be susceptible to the paps getting a tip off when they are entering city? I wonder who might have blown the whistle. The next day Twitter updates go flying, and the celebs seo promoting chiefs appear to be the 1st people on the case with the announcement that our celeb is doing some "charity" work or about to launch a new book.
But if you go back to the sad circumstances of Dodi Fayed and princess Diana's sad death in 1997, you can see the photographers and celebrity culture in it's most destructive form. After this exhausting event the French government brought in hard laws regarding celebs and movie stars being photographed against their wishes. Maybe that's why Johnny Depp prefers to spend almost all of his time off from the flick set in France.
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