Yes, the dating lives of celebrities should continue to be covered by the media. If anything there should be more coverage of such matters. Serious newspapers like the New York Times should treat such fare as front page material. In modern America most people are poor and lead sad meaningless existences, and the only relief they get is via vicarious connection to the love lives of the rich and famous, as told to them through the entertainment media. This type of coverage is a good thing and should continue unimpeded.
I believe that the lives of celebrities should have privacy but the relationships within their lives should be able to be covered by the media. The people that buy into whatever media a particular celebrity famous within is the reason they are famous. I think the media should adhere to ethical guidelines when covering relationships of any manner but if celebrities want to stay in a fan-based occupation, they need to be able to deal with that fan-base wanting to know about the relationships they are involved in.
The death penalty is justified, in a way. I do not believe in having someone put to death unless the proof is absolute, there must not be a shadow of a doubt, killing someone who is innocent should be classed as murder. We are massively overpopulating our prisons and need a huge reform.
While it is certainly true that a great deal of the coverage of celebrity relationships is inane, it is usually harmless. In addition to that, in some cases it can be a prompt to begin an important national conversation about certain issues. For instance, the recent marital breakdown between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard opened up a conversation about domestic violence.
Celebrity coverage is a total waste of time and resources. The only people who care about the personal lives of celebrities are of such low intelligence that they shouldn't even have rights. 18, 17, 16, 15, 14 , 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6 , 5, 4 , 3 remove your stupid length requirement, some things (like this) are incredibly simple to explain.