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  • Can't have a "Normal" Life

    I Believe that Celebrities should be able to have a normal life They ARE people too. They need to have privacy just think how would you like it if 50 People take your picture just because you eat at a cheap fast food place instead of eating a 500 dollar meal every day? And why should they be criticized for things that you do every day? Like having there kids in public school.

  • Industry fueled by disrespect

    Paparazzi needs to go. There's no reason we need a market ran by a bunch of douchebags harassing and manipulating celebrities for their own entertainment. If you want to meet a celebrity or get an autograph, earn it. If you want an interview, schedule one. Don't give into the disrespect by wasting thousands of dollars of your hard earned money on a still photograph or scribble from a sharpie marker. The reason the rich and the famous are stereotyped as rich a-holes is because the media. Celebrities are humans just like everybody else, the paparazzi are parasites. If you ask me its just an industry I don't think our society really needs...

  • Yes they should be banned to people who dont want their picture taken

    Some celebs dont want their picture taken and you have the constitutional right of speech and privacy and therefore if you dont want to be filmed and/or photographed then you technically don't have to and they can't keep taking pictures of you if you repeatedly say no, stop, don't, or quit!!!

  • Not Able to Have A Proper Life

    People are stopping themselves from doing things that they love, but for one main reason. The reason is the paparazzi. They invade peoples lives and stop them from living a normal life. They have no limits, they don't care if someone is in the middle of mourning they will take as many pictures as they want. Celebrities have to hide their children away because of the paparazzi cobstantly taking pictures. Celebrities can't go out and be normal people and I think that's absurd. They should be able to live the same life as any other person who isn't in the spotlight.

  • They should be banned

    Invades the celebrities family’s privacy
    Would feel awkward if the family of the celebrity was always being watched
    People could be hurt in the crowds of people
    there have been any car crashes caused by paparazzi who really wanted a picture of a celebrity and were distracted
    Wastes everybody's time
    Makes people think it's important even though it's not
    People spend tons of time criticizing someone's hair
    Paparazzi can stress, humiliate, and screw up the lives of celebrities and their family
    If a celebrity's going to lunch with another celebrity the paparazzi might say they were on a date with them and that can lead to a the celebrity that just went to lunch with someone to get a divorce with her husband or life
    Celebrities stress about little things like what socks they wear because they are scared about what other people might think

  • Leave them alone they are real humans that shouldn't be worried about every step they take!!!!!!

    I think that papparazzi should be banned due to the mean photos posted on social media! For example paparazzis always catch trump with his mouth open an i am a big trump fan I voted many times with hacked accounts!!!! Ian a scam!!! Dont trust this I have hacked many people!!!

  • Paparazzi should be banned

    Just because someone is famous, it doesn't mean that the whole world should know what they do on a day to day basis. Interviews for films is good. Setting up a date and time to do a professional interview is good. Just following someone constantly and taking pictures is unfair and an invasion of privacy. The paparazzi should be banned 100%. Celebrities are people and get tired and frustrated just like every other person on the planet. Respect other people. There is nothing wrong with booking or reserving time with a celebrity to ask some meaningful and maybe inspiring questions. RESPECT OTHERS AND OTHERS WILL RESPECT YOU.

  • Celebrities are humans who deserve to do their job without getting photographed every second and deserve privacy.

    Even though celebrities are famous for doing their job as an actor/actress/ singer/model they deserve to have privacy because they a human being who want to do some normal things and have fun without people taking photos of them everywhere they go. Not all celebrities want to be photographed or be stalked.

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  • They should be banned

    People say that it is people own fault if they end up in the tabloids, "Its their choice to be a celebrity, and the paparazzi is part of it." In the cases of fame whores like Kim K and Paris Hilton people would be correct but people forget that in most cases "celebrities" are famous for a reason, whether thats acting, writing, producing, directing or something completely else, being well known for what your job is, is often times the highest praise a person can get in ones field. And i dont think that if someone is well known for what they do we "normal folks" have any right whatsoever to invade their private life and often times even harass them, they are people after all. If they want know/see something, they will tell/show us, and people should respect that.

  • No. Paparazzi are generated by celebrities.

    To be honest, most people who are famous today are famous because they want to be. Youngsters do not want to be talented performers. They want to be celebrities. And these celebrities call the paparazzi whenever they want attention. Those serious actors and singers who want privacy do not do that and they get their privacy so it isn't the fault of the paparazzi.

  • must have some freedom

    The paparazzi have the right to do what they do under the laws of the United States of America. They have the right to free speech as long as they are not hurting people in the process of doing what they do. There should be some type of balance that goes on.

  • No, they have a place in society.

    No, the paparazzi should not be banned, because they serve a place in society for those who are interested. The paparazzi have found a way to make an honest living by taking photographs. There is nothing wrong with that. Occasionally, they invade privacy, but that should be handled on a case by case basis.

  • I do not think the paparazzi should be banned.

    I do not think the paparazzi should be banned. I do however think there should be some sorts of regulation on what they are allowed to do. It is ridiculous that they stand around trying to catch celebrities coming out of their own homes. I guess our culture is partially to blame too though, because there are so many mindless drones who consume the drivel that the paparazzi puts out.

  • No they shouldn't

    There are already many laws that exist that we can use to help regulate the problems celebrities face with the paparazzi. It is Illegal for the paparazzi, like any other person, to trespass. Therefore the paparazzi are not allowed to enter private property without the permission of the owners. This would limit them from taking photos of celebrities in their houses, backyards and at any other venues which have restricted access for the public. It can also be argued as a consequence of this that the paparazzi can also be restricted from taking a photo of a celebrity whilst the celebrity is on private property from an adjoining property. When a photo was taken of Kate Middleton, sunbaking topless, whilst on private property by a photographer with a long lens in a neighbouring yard, the court ruled in favour of Kate and had the photo withdrawn from circulation. The paparazzi are also not allowed to harass or stalk famous people. In the unlikely case that they do most celebrities have a form of security protecting them. The High Court in the UK has in a few instances enforced the anti-stalking laws, for example One Direction Singer Harry Styles won a case against a particular group of paparazzi. This group was banned from pursuing him in the street or waiting outside his house. Other everyday laws that the paparazzi must also abide by all the usual road rules. The photographer who intentionally drove into Lindsay Lohans car in the United States in order to get a photo should be charged with reckless driving. Paparazzi who pursue celebrities in cars or on motorbikes, still need to abide by the road rules. The police can pull over and charge them with speeding and dangerous driving if they are in fact breaking these laws. If the police enforce these road rules better then accidents such as the tragic one that claimed the life of Princess Diana may have been avoided. It should now be clear that the Paparazzi should not be banned as there are already other laws in place which can be used to regulate their behaviour.
    In order to prevent incidents that can be caused by Paparazzi, we should introduce new laws that protect the celebrity’s rights and wellbeing. For example, a celebrity should have the right to not allow a picture to be exposed to the media. This way the stories in our magazines are not just a biased inference that is affecting the celebrity. Magazines should be made to obtain written consent from the celebrity to use photos of them, this would avoid court cases like the one that Kate Middleton had after the photos of her sunbaking on vacation were published in a French magazine. Kate deserves the right to see the photos before they are made public. The paparazzi should not be allowed to take pictures of celebrities who are in a vulnerable situation. Simpler rules could also be put in place.

  • In a public space, they have the right to take photos, whether it is for their job or entertainment!

    So many people rely on the paparazzi industry. The editors, journalists, fashion advisors and celebrities play their parts in the much loved gossip and celebrity magazines. Without paparazzi these people would be unemployed and the celebrities would have to try and find another way to get publicity. The magazines are part of our culture and most of the celebrities don't mind being photographed, its what they signed up for and they often want the publicity. Paparazzi take photos in public places and that is there right.

  • There is a high demand

    Everyone wants to know if Brangelina are going to be married soon or if Madonna had any recent plastic surgery. The world’s appetite for ground breaking news such as these examples is insatiable and fill countless magazines every week. These magazine companies need celebrity content to produce their journals and the only way they are going to get that is from paparazzi. If we ban Paparazzi there will be no celebrity content and if there is no celebrity content there will be no content for magazines. We cannot produce magazines if we don’t have paparazzi giving us the photos we crave. No magazines, means no money for everyone associated with the magazine industry.

  • Paparazzi should not be aloud.

    For the sake of the celebrities private and social life, paparazzi should be banned. Think about princess Diana, that her death was the cause of the paparazzi, no seat belt on, trying to escape the powerful army of the paparazzi. Think about it. Do you suppose that is ok? Of course not.

  • No ddd ddd

    Jobs would be lost hundres of jobs !!!!! !!!! !!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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  • No they shouldn't be Banned

    If the paparazzi were banned we wouldn't know what is going on in are world and we would be lost. I'm doing a project about this at my school and I think my argument is strongly fallowed by many people and it might not be long but it is true


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