Do footballers and other sports stars have a right to privacy in their non-playing activities? Does the public need to know that a player was involved in a minor car accident? What about a fight at a night club? Where should media draw the line between what is in the public interest and an individual's right to privacy?
|Title of host publication||Media Innovation & Disruption|
|Editors||Andrew Dodd, Helen Sykes|
|Place of Publication||Albert Park Vic Australia|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
- journalism ethics, journalism, sports reporting