Early this year, John Scalzi wrote about this very subject in his post “The Athena Veto” which I think is a sensible approach. But I also agree that this is not exactly a new problem. Writers have been “turning their family’s daily drama into content” for as long as audiences have existed to read that content. It can and has been taken to extremes: with Karl Ove Knausgaard being perhaps one of the more obvious recent examples. And extremes are often what capture headlines.