In my opinion, the right to know of the public is clear and legitimate in cases of public figures being unfaithful to their spouses. Public figures are not and should not be treated like ordinary people. It should be recognized that such people are accountable for both their public and private life due to their own individual consent into the spotlight. Moreover public figures make money off the public by setting themselves up as role models or political leaders in society. This is simply done by setting up a public image that allows them to succeed and in turn, the public buys into this public image. If the public has placed their trust in these public figures, why shouldn’t they have a right to know if the image they are buying in to is deceitful or not? Shouldn’t the public be protected from being ripped-off in the first place? This point is even more significant in cases of political figures as many do campaign on a “family man” image. Hypocrisy is a clear reason for exposure but on top of that, the preservation of the informed and rational votes of the electorate is another point to vote for outing unfaithful public figures. The affairs of public figures clearly falls into the category of what the public needs to know; as private or as destructive it may be, the public deserves to know this piece of information especially when part of their respect for a particular public figure derives from the moral character he or she has.