Media watch: Where to draw the line


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There’s so much positive about this media campaign on breast feeding. It is strange, why there’s no protest against the shoddy and creepy pictures depicting women as sex objects that pop out as ads on popular news websites. There are also the entertainment world related clips that fall in such category and are totally irrelevant on page 1. These are obviously made and published only to arouse carnal desires and attract oogling eyeballs. Tragedy is that the editors of media brands like The Hindu and Times of India are not interested in filtering out such material from their websites.

A few examples of the blurred line


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