Monday, 21 March 2016

Hogan v. Gawker - unauthorised sex tapes and privacy

Law and Media Round Up – 21 March 2016 | Inforrm's Blog: "New York Times reported that the damages will probably be reduced, and that any wider effects on press freedoms were ‘likely to be limited.’ It said that ‘a jury decision in one lower court does not set a precedent.’ Several legal experts were quoted saying that the Gawker case would not have a huge impact because it was an unusual and specific case. Erwin Chemerinsky, a professor at University of California Irvine, said

“I think this case establishes a very limited proposition"'via Blog this'

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