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Tugendhat and Christie: The Law of Privacy and The Media 2nd ed isbn 9780199581153

Law of Privacy and the Media: Second Cumulative Supplement

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Edited by: Michael Tugendhat, Iain Christie

ISBN13: 9780199283439
ISBN: 0199283435
New Edition ISBN: 9780199581153
Published: January 2006
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

This second cumulative supplement to The Law of Privacy and the Media covers all developments in the key areas of the subject up to August 2005. It is an essential purchase for all who already own the main work, and maintains its currency. The supplement updates the main work paragraph by paragraph, following the same structure as the main work. Cases analysed include Naomi Campbell v MGN Ltd, the European Court of Human Rights judgment in Von Hannover v Germany, and the Court of Appeal judgment in Douglas v Hello!.

  • It brings the main work fully up to date to August 2005, thereby maintaining its usefulness
  • Written and edited by a team of over 20 practitioners specializing in media and entertainment law who have been personally involved in most of the recent privacy cases: this guarantees reliability

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I SOURCES, PRINCIPLES, AND RIGHTS; 1 History and Background; 2 Principles and Sources; 3 Privacy Rights; II PERSONAL INFORMATION; 4 Publication of Personal Information; 5 Data Protection and the Media; III CAUSES OF ACTION; 6 Privacy and Confidentiality; 7 Privacy and Defamation; 8 Privacy, Copyright, and Moral Rights; IV DEFENCES; 9. Justifications and Defences; V REMEDIES; 10. Remedies; VI ISSUES OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO THE MEDIA; 11. Freedom of Information and Newsgathering; 12. Privacy and the Administration of Justice; 13. The Privacy Codes; 14. Protection of Journalistic Material