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stofane18
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Boom1315
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Does the media have every right (legally and ethically) to fully report events as they happen?

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Started: 12/16/2015 Category: News
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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stofane18

Con

I'm doing this debate for school and that is the subject, I just need help for the side against the media being able to report any news that they can. Help.
Boom1315

Pro

Yes, say you have kids or your busy and you cant go to a football game or a concert, but if they put it on social media you could see it live or get updates.
Debate Round No. 1
stofane18

Con

Wrong media ..
Boom1315

Pro

Then what kind?
Debate Round No. 2
stofane18

Con

Like for instance, if there's a bomb threat in a school and as soon as they figure out who it is they give out the information freely like their name and about the bomb threat. or another example is the reporter of a magazine harassing an actor or actress. Do you think they have that right to do so?
Boom1315

Pro

Well yes, ever heard of Muckrakers, in my point of view what you just said is that they did back in the day.
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