The combined effect creates a sort of first amendment bubble in which constitutional protection for press and news media continually expands to the breaking point jeopardizing future protection . The first amendment bubble examines how unbridled media are endangering the constitutional privileges journalists gained in the past century for decades judges have generally affirmed that individual privacy takes a back seat to the publics right to know. If developments in mainstream media have the potential to push the protective first amendment bubble even closer to the breaking point then emerging practices of quasi journalism seem determined to break it in some ways they already have. The first amendment bubble examines how unbridled media are endangering the const but in an age when news entertainment and new media outlets are constantly pushing the envelope of acceptable content the consensus over press freedoms is eroding. These surprisingly disparate outcomes show that courts are at best confused regarding medias newsworthiness determinations that todays media continue to push to expand the bubble of first amendment protection and that something must change to protect both privacy and press freedom in this new media age
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