Under the Labour human rights act they have been given the right to ruin it by themselves by exceptional sleazy or outstanding sexual behavior. Newspapers are the altar of the celebrity cult and the last guardian of moral standards. However they cannot be expected to warn every celebrity before conducting a front page worthy act of celebrity behavior, particularly as celebrities who after all work hard to be trend setters set the new standards accepted in due course. If Mosley thinks that Sado Maso parties are the way to go he should stand fully behind his actions instead of worrying about any moral codes. It is his human right to break moral codes as they are outlawed under the human rights act as limiting the personal freedom of the individual. Newspapers give enough warning of their moral standard by the material they publish, so any semi intelligent person can grasp what kind of outlandish behavior gets you on page 1 to 3. They cannot be expected to warn individual members of the celebrity community before ruining their private lives, particularly if they do not notify them of their intentions before committing the act. If any celeb is in doubt they are served better by calling the Daily Mail helpline, consult the appropriate agony aunt or invite reporters on set to give live instructions. That way they can as well ensure that the lighting is okay and they look good on the front page.
newspapers not required to warn celebrities before ruining their private lives
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