O you believe it is fair or reasonable that snapshot photos of famous or well-known people taken for personal reasons become open to public scrutiny?

In a recent controversy, several media outlets made public nude photos of Englandas Prince Harry without his knowledge or agreement. Do you believe it is fair or reasonable that snapshot photos of famous or well-known people taken for personal reasons become open to public scrutiny?


Introduction
Identify the issue and state your position on it.
The body
Background information
What does the reader need to know?
Supporting facts
Evidence should logically lead to the position presented in the introduction.
Discuss various sides of the issue
A conclusion
Summarize the main concepts and ideas without repeating yourself.
Suggest solutions to potential problems you address in your position a (i.e. courses of action)
Grammar and spelling should both be at college level. Your instructor will reject late or incomplete assignments.

O you believe it is fair or reasonable that snapshot photos of famous or well-known people taken for personal reasons become open to public scrutiny?

In a recent controversy, several media outlets made public nude photos of Englandas Prince Harry without his knowledge or agreement. Do you believe it is fair or reasonable that snapshot photos of famous or well-known people taken for personal reasons become open to public scrutiny?

A Position Statement is an opinion, however unlike the opinions posted to most blog sites, your work must be critical and scholarly. Base your Position Statement supporting arguments on facts and evidence. Include at least three (3) footnoted authoritative references to validate your position. Use primary source quotations, statistical data, etc. to help build your case.

The basic Position Statement structure is as follows:

Introduction
Identify the issue and state your position on it.
The body
Background information
What does the reader need to know?
Supporting facts
Evidence should logically lead to the position presented in the introduction.
Discuss various sides of the issue
A conclusion
Summarize the main concepts and ideas without repeating yourself.
Suggest solutions to potential problems you address in your position a (i.e. courses of action)