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The school shooting in Newtown, Conn. that killed 20 children and six school personnel has seized the world's attention with a relentless stream of media coverage. For some, the in-depth reporting could provide important facts and context about the incident and the issues — including gun control and mental health — that have taken over the public debate in its wake. But for others, the media may be going too far, exploiting human tragedy. What's your opinion?