The Times of London reporter Dan Sabbagh attempts to define the public’s interest in the wake of two British trials dealing with celebrity privacy. Sabbagh does not believe“the public interest should be defined by what interests the public,” but it “should be more broadly defined, because the reporting of celebrity exists on a continuum with the reporting of something altogether more serious, a point the culture committee ought to consider.”
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