Case Law, Strasbourg: Von Hannover v Germany (No.3), Glossing over Privacy – Alexia Bedat

13 10 2013

Princess Caroline of HanoverThe case of Von Hannover v Germany (No. 3) is the third time, since 2004, that Princess Caroline von Hannover has complained to the European Court of Human Rights (“the Court”) of failures by the German courts to prevent the publication of photographs which she claims depict her engaged in private activities. Read the rest of this entry »





Privacy in Australia – a timeline from colonial capers to racecourse snooping, possum perving and delving drones – Mark Pearson

13 10 2013

Australia MapThe interplay between the Australian media and privacy laws has always been a struggle between free expression and the ordinary citizen’s desire for privacy. I have developed this timeline to illustrate that tension. Read the rest of this entry »