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Debate Score:17
Arguments:8
Total Votes:18
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 Agree (7)
 
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The private life of a celebrity should remain private.

Agree

Side Score: 16
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Disagree

Side Score: 1
3 points

Whether or not someone has reached the status of being a celebrity, they should still have some form of privacy.

In becoming famous one should not have to shun the characteristics that make us human, one should be able to continue the practices of a normal person.

One should never have to wonder if someone is constantly watching them.

| Side: agree
2 points

That's why it's called private.

| Side: agree
3 points

yes i agree they need private time to talkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

| Side: agree
2 points

Yes, there is no reason for them to be bombarded be the paparazzo for pictures, or stalked by crazy fans. They appear in movies, that makes them no more special than me or you, simply well known.

| Side: agree

They desire the right to privacy just as much as Joe Blow. The only difference is that celebrities matter and Joe Blow doesn't.

Privacy from Government - of course

Privacy from cameras - well, it depends.

| Side: agree
2 points

I dont like people in my business, so i figure they dont either. Everyone needs their space every once in a while. I have a bubble and only people i know gets in it.

| Side: agree

That would put all those magazines like People out of business and women wont have anything to read ;)

| Side: Disagree
DaWolfman(3287) Disputed
2 points

People could report on the celebrities that wanted to be reported on, a lot of photos that paparazzi take are actually planned. They pay the stars to get knowledge of where they will be, so they can get good pictures.

If a star doesn't want the spotlight while having a cook out, they should have that respect.

| Side: agree


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