Privacy

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It will come as a surprise to some, but even Meghan has a right to her privacy | Alan Rusbridger
The high court has ruled in no uncertain terms that a public interest defence isn’t about the public being interested

Alan Rusbridger

14, Feb, 2021 @8:30 AM

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‘Palace Four’ drawn into Meghan’s dispute with Associated Newspapers
Ex-employees of royal couple could shed light on drafting of letter to Thomas Markle, high court hears

Caroline Davies

20, Jan, 2021 @2:47 PM

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Meghan's letter 'signalled end of our relationship', Thomas Markle tells court
Duchess of Sussex’s father says letter part-published in Mail on Sunday showed ‘no concern’ for his health

Caroline Davies

19, Jan, 2021 @5:24 PM

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Concern over French bill that cracks down on photos identifying police
Journalists call for removal of clause that would ban footage disseminated ‘with intent to harm’ officers

Kim Willsher in Paris

09, Nov, 2020 @11:15 AM

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Meghan and Harry book can be used in newspaper privacy case, court rules
Mail on Sunday wins permission to argue Duke and Duchess of Sussex collaborated with authors

Caroline Davies

29, Sep, 2020 @4:19 PM

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Meghan and Harry did not cooperate with book authors, court told
Duchess’s lawyers reject claim made by Mail publisher in latest hearing of legal action

Caroline Davies

21, Sep, 2020 @12:54 PM

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The Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty documentary spoiler: 10 things you need to know
The three-part epic made by the BBC comes to Australia on the ABC and has something for Rupert Murdoch lovers and haters

Amanda Meade

18, Sep, 2020 @8:00 PM

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Meghan's friends entitled to 'super-charged confidentiality', high court told
Duchess of Sussex suing owner of Mail on Sunday and Mail Online in privacy battle

Caroline Davies

29, Jul, 2020 @2:16 PM

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Meghan privacy claim against Mail on Sunday owner 'continues' despite setback
Judge rules part of Duchess of Sussex’s case against Associated Newspapers be struck out

Ben Quinn

01, May, 2020 @12:14 PM

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Tom Watson is no friend of a free press | Letters
Letters: Tim Luckhurst is unimpressed by the former Labour deputy leader’s enthusiasm for state-sanctioned regulation of newspapers, while Nathan Sparkes of Hacked Off says robust, independent regulation must be introduced

Letters

01, Mar, 2020 @6:15 PM

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Why the calls for legal curbs on the press? Because the watchdog has no teeth | Polly Toynbee
Calls for ‘Caroline’s law’ miss the point. What’s sorely missing is a genuinely independent regulator, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee

Polly Toynbee

27, Feb, 2020 @4:24 PM

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Does showbiz press have Caroline Flack's 'blood on its hands'?
Celebrities criticise media following presenter’s death but reporters describe more complicated web of relationships

Esther Addley and Jim Waterson

21, Feb, 2020 @6:53 PM

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