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Should 'Voices under the rubble' be reported after the earthquake in Italy?

  • Yes, 'Voices under the rubble' should be reported after the earhquake in Italy,

    Ye, 'Voices under the rubble" should be reported after the earthquake in Italy, Every family member has a right to know what has happened to their loved ones and those under the rubble also deserve to speak to anyone that can hear them to report details rescuers may need to be aware of,

  • Voices are able to give peole hope.

    Reporting after a major tragic event is common nature to so many news industries. Should reports of voices under the rubble be reported? I believe that reporting of this nature can give people hope that others will be found and rescued alive. It may be harder for those who lost people but the common good can grow and gain from the knowledge that they may still find their loved ones alive. Hope is the greatest gift of all and it may be all that some people have.

  • No, headlines such as "Voices under the rubble' should not be reported after the earthquake in Italy

    No, headlines such as "Voices under the rubble' should not be reported after the earthquake in Italy. This headline seems to be for the purpose of sensationalizing the event in order to get more people to read the story. Reporters could print stories that keep the victims of this terrible event in mind.

  • It is taking advantage

    Technology is important, and it can certainly play a role in hearing voices in the rubble. This does not mean, however, that this information should be made public and reported upon. It is just a cheap way to get ratings and sell newspapers, and people should have more privacy than that in a horrible situation.


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