Judges at the European Court of Human Rights are regularly asked to intervene in disputes over the right to privacy of public figures.
In this interview, European Court lawyer Michelle Lafferty reviews the institution’s caselaw in privacy matters. She also outlines the key arguments involved in complaints to the court brought by Princess Caroline and the former Formula One boss Max Mosley and addresses the conflict between privacy and freedom of expression revealed by the United Kingdom court victory of ‘super-model’ Naomi Campbell.
Interview with European Court of Human Rights Lawyer Michelle Lafferty
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