Exploring the challenges of balancing privacy and free speech in american society mills crafts a balancing test with eight discrete questions to determine how a conflict between media and privacy should be resolved including who owns or controls the relevant information how it was obtained whether it is private and intrusive and what was the intent of the media in publishing it. That privacy in the digital age is an important concept to be discussed is axiomatic cameras in mobile phones make it easy to record events and post them on the web consumers post an enormous amount of information on social media sites and much of this information is made publicly available a . Such is the case with the seemingly sudden loss of privacy in the age of new media i find remarkable the degree that americans have given up their privacy it is my contention that had either the government or private entities worked so hard to strip our property freedom of religion or freedom of speech as they have to take away privacy . Unlike millss framework which relies on a new set of questions to resolve the privacy and speech conflict richards uses existing legal doctrines to promote privacy while balancing speech rights. Balancing personal dignity and first amendment concerns has become increasingly challenging in the new media age when for example bloggers have no editors and perhaps no moral restraints
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