Your expectations of privacy
Both the Kate Middleton pictures and the picture run by a number of newspapers of the dead U.S. ambassador have me doing a lot of thinking about what is private and what isn't. I know that people who are in the public give up a lot of privacy, but the current anything is fair game disturbs me. Between cameras that can take pictures from 500 feet away and so many people carrying cell phones with cameras and photographing anything that moves, we seem to be very unconcerned about our right to privacy. There are some things, situations, people that just shouldn't be published for all to gawk at. Most of us have done something we'd hate to have pictures of shown, for everyone to see. To me this shows a lack of empathy, compassion or caring for others. We all have expectations of some things being private and I don't understand the attitude that anything & everything should be out there to be seen.