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Princess Diana vs the Paparazzi How Far Is Too Far It was not the death of Princess Diana that world craved to know about but the circumstances that surrounded the way in which she died I remember the day Princess Diana died as if it were yesterday I came home from a party a little worried about getting in trouble because I came in late Instead of coming in to my Mom yelling at me about being late I come into my mom crying and watching the news on television She tells me that Princess Diana had died and they believe that it was the fault of the paparazzi following her limo with Princess Diana and her new boyfriend With in the next few days the paparazzi became the main blame for the death of one of the most amazing people of the time After this there was no way to rid of the story of Princess Dianas death Every which way a person turned the story was all over the newspapers television and radio It was an obsession to so much of the public but the media then took it to a new level Richard Lambert says What was startling and even sinister was the way that the media fed off that response and helped to create a mood which seemed almost cult-like in its intensity Ellen Hume says This isnt about stalkarazzis going to far for the picture of the moment it is about journalists going the wrong way entirely They are confusing journalism with sport At the time before her death the paparazzi were taking everything too far Every paper wanted to be better than the next and to get that they had to do the unthinkable It was pushed to far and ended fatally Journalism did change for a period of time where it was not pushed to extremes due to such a tragic event The media
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