There is a difference in being offended, and then having no control over what people do. When you become a star, it's almost like joining the military, but the only difference is you are giving your life away to society, and the soldiers are giving there lives to the Government. It should not be allowed, but it happens.
So people are interested enough in Kate Winslet's naked body that they're actually printing out and drawing her nude scene from Titanic so many years after the film was made. Well that must be great news for the actress! As we all get older, we're always looking for flattery and what better flattery than to find out people are still interested in what you look like naked!
Kate Winslet has bared herself repeatedly in movies, so it doesn't sound as if that's what's bothering her. What's bothering her is that people are making permanent stills of her nude. That being said, she made the choice to be in a movie 17 years ago with this scene. Once any image is out there, people are going to do what they want with it. So I don't feel like she really has a moral right to be offended, considering she's the one who put those images out there in the first place. We all need to be more mindful about what images we send out into the world.
I don't believe Kate Winslet should be offended that there is still a focus on the Titanic nude scene. It was an iconic scene in an iconic movie, and naturally, that means that it will be talked about for generations to come. If she was willing to do the scene at the time, it will forever be on camera, and therefore, in the minds of people who watch the film ten years ago, or ten years in the future.