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Issue 29 - Issue 29: Public figures such as actors,...

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Issue 29: Public figures such as actors, politicians, and athletes should expect people to be interested in their private lives. When they seek a public role, they should expect that they will lose at least some of their privacy. Whether we are willing to confess it or not, there is no denying that nowadays it has been a practice that more and more attention from the media and the public alike has been attached on the privacy of many famous actors, politicians, athletes, etc. Though at the first glance it's unfair and unreasonable for those public figures, yet a thorough and comprehensive analysis of the whole issue has lent us enough confidence to affirm that it's not only understandable but also desirable. To begin with, the exposure of any public figures’ privacy to all people can help the public to understand them better. As has been pointed out by many insightful sociologists, most of our public figures are willing to do their utmost to maintain their appearances enough appealing and
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