So we have to fairly high profile examples of this going on right now, the first being Ben Stokes having some sort of past family tragedy being published by the Sun (I don't know what this is as I haven't gone to seek it out as I don't agree with what they did) for which he has personally criticised them and many others have. We have also now found out that Gareth Thomas announced he was HIV purely because a journalist threatened to release it. So what are people's thoughts, if everything fair game or should people's privacy be more protected? Personally I think in a situation where someone famous has done something wrong, be it criminally (like thieving or assault or drugs or something) or morally (say an affair) then I think its probably fair enough, these people are adults, they made decisions, they made wrong decisions and this is a consequence of those decisions that comes as a downside to the benefits that fame brings. But somesort of personal tragedy, tragedy in the family, some sort of illness stuff like this should be out of bounds for the press to make money from. The Sun in the Stokes story has actually broken its own code of conduct with the story, so should be have a more enforced code of conduct for the press?