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Mental health and the media: when privacy trumps getting the story | Andrew Stafford

At what point, when the initial story is over, do news outlets and social media need to continue to stalk, hound and dig for every tiny detail? For five days over late August and early September in 2016, a strange case gripped the Australian media. A family of five abruptly went missing from their rural property east of Melbourne. They left their house unlocked and all potential trace elements behind: phones, credit cards and identification documents.
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