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Mother facing £20k in damages

United Kingdom - February 13 2014 Comments allegedly posted to a private Facebook account have resulted in a libel judgment in the High Court. Joanne Walder accused Sharon Smith of…

The wedding day pictures that did not breach privacy

European Union, Norway - February 11 2014 Photographs of a private wedding in Norway by long-lens paparazzi has recently been held not to be an invasion of privacy - but did they get it wrong…

ISPs protected against defamatory comments on their websites

United Kingdom - November 22 2013 The House of Lords has announced that the Defamation Act will come into force on 1 January next year, as will the new Regulations for website…

Customer reviews, what is the reputational risk to your business?

Canada, United Kingdom - October 10 2013 Reviews and customer feedback are inevitably tricky areas when trying to protect your brand's reputation, it's how you deal with them that counts…

Californian kids get new legal protection against paparrazi

USA - October 3 2013 A new law was passed in California yesterday which will make it a criminal offence to try to photograph or film a child just because their parent is…