Freedom of Press Versus the Right to Privacy

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I will expect you to think critically about First Amendment rights as you develop these essays. Four cases will be presented after these instructions. You are to write your essay on only one of the cases for Essay 1 and one of the remaining 3 for Essay 2. In the first paragraph, describe the dilemma you have, the situation you are in. In your essays, address the questions posed following the scenario, but make it all flow as though those questions are thoughts you have and know that they must be considered in arriving at a solution to your journalistic dilemma. Do not list the questions within your essay and then answer them individually. You must fully justify the path you choose. In other words, whether you choose a solution that is provided to you within the case scenario or another one you have come up with on your own, you must explain completely why you have made this choice. Refer to at least two previously decided cases (precedents) as partial support for your decision. Remember: The First Amendment is NOT a precedent. Do not start off writing the scenario as it appears in this assignment simply to add words to your essay. You may begin by briefly explaining the dilemma you are facing. Your paper must be submitted to Turn-It-In by the deadlines above to receive full credit. Do your own work. I have caught many students plagiarizing the work of previous students, and it did not end well. Turn-It- In has all papers submitted for this assignment for the past six years in its repository.

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School: New York University


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Freedom of Press Versus the Right to Privacy
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Freedom of Press Versus the Right to Privacy
The first amendment allows for five fundamental rights that should be enjoyed by
every American citizen. Among the rights are the freedom of speech and the freedom to
speech. Everyone has a right to express themselves and air their views without the
interference of the government, also, it gives the media the right to gather information,
produce it and report to the members of the public. In this case, as a journalist, I have the
responsibility to report indiscriminately any issue that is affecting society and inform the
public on any matter that is of interest to them or if not all people, a section of the population.
In a broader sense, the first amendment considers news to be a public service due to the
effects it can have regarding addressing societal issues. However, the fourth amendment also
provides individuals with the right to priva...

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