In this feature we revisit some older posts which may still be of current interest.  This was first posted on 26 February 2010 and is the last of a three part post in which Hugh Tomlinson QC considers the future of the law of privacy in the UK.  In this Part he looks at the options for the future.


There appear to be are at least four possible “ways forward” for the new law of privacy which, as I discussed in the first post in this series has been developed by the courts over the past decade and which has, at least from the point of view of sections of the media, been very controversial.  Continue reading