Recently, I have been seeing more and more celebrities on social media platforms such as Twitter complaining that their privacy is being invaded online and that the only solution is to deactivate their accounts in hopes of feeling more secure. Although it may seem to these high-profile people that they have limited control of what is known about them, if proper precautions are taken, that is seldom the case. Deactivating Twitter accounts serves no purpose other than to stir more controversy and mystery as to what these celebrities are trying to hide. So rather than blame fans for being interested in the lives of the people who one moment are actively oversharing and then the next moment take exception to the level of interest thrust upon them, celebrities should be held accountable for what they choose to post online.

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