Sun Six Trial: Stories about Broadmoor were justified, defence tells court – Martin Hickman

17 12 2014

The First Editions Of The Sun On Sunday Hit The NewstandsThe Sun was justified in running stories about Broadmoor that the psychiatric hospital wanted to keep “hush hush”, a lawyer for one its journalists told a court today. Read the rest of this entry »





Sun Six Trial: Defence tells court, public has a right to know about high-profile patients inside Broadmoor – Martin Hickman

17 12 2014

BroadmoorThe public has a right to know what is happening to high-profile patients inside Broadmoor psychiatric hospital, the trial of Sun journalists for corruption was told yesterday. Read the rest of this entry »





Bringing Data Protection Home? The CJEU rules on data protection law and home CCTV – Lorna Woods

17 12 2014

cctvDoes EU data protection law apply to home CCTV cameras? The CJEU addressed that issue yesterday in the judgment in Case C-212/13 Ryneš v. Úřad pro ochranuosobníchúdajů. In its judgment, the Fourth Chamber of the Court agrees with the Advocate-General’s opinion (discussed here), although it avoids some of the difficult questions hinted at in that opinion. Read the rest of this entry »