The Cost of Privacy - Chrissie Swan

Now, I'm a big fan of the media. They bring us TV and stuff. But the media needs to be more ethical by respecting boundaries. Chrissie Swan, according to SMH, was willing to spend serious money to protect photos that could damage her reputation. The problem was Womens' Day would pay anything to publish pics of Chrissie smoking. They should have seen how much effort she was putting in. Chrissie was treating the snapshots the way Anna Scott reacted to revealing pics in Notting Hill. I am seeing genuine concern from Chrissie and her supporters. Not a possibly manufactured worry like Lara Bingle after her revealing photos. Womens' Day need to remember just because you have the money to over expose a private life, doesn't mean you should.


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