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No, because they're still a human being. They are still a human being, and no matter what they do for a living, I think every human being deserves some time in their life to be private. And that's why I say I can understand that it's arguable, and that many news editors up and down the land will want to argue: "Well, she put her family life out there, therefore she can't really complain if we take a picture of her children on holiday or something", but that's when it comes down to the taste and decency of that particular editor. It comes down to his values and I think that's wrong. I think it should come down to an agreed set of values.

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