The News Of The World could have used you as their spokesperson. Celebs obviously have no right to any privacy.
You are getting a wee bit out of line, my friend. If you don't know how to disagree without getting touchy...
Anyway, my point (which should have been clear) was that people are supposed to be intelligent and remember that the more purile sensibilities of their fellow man will be employed at the first opportunity. It's NOT right. I've never said that it was (please show me where I did, Stefan). But that is the way it is. And any celebrity that doesn't know that leaves themselves open to that kind of exploitation--just as, I hasten to add, we common folk who often get exploited in other ways (bank records and identity theft and so on).
You mistake my ironic hyperbole with frustration.
I have no stake in this, and no need to get angry.