Free speech must not threaten the vulnerable – The Times

Posted November 9th, 2007 in freedom of expression, privacy, special report by sally

“There have been many cases in recent years involving celebrities and the extent of their rights to privacy. But what about privacy for vulnerable people who were never celebrities in the first place? Is their protection against press intrusion stronger or weaker than the famous? Is the situation exacerbated by the fact that the subject of prurient interest happens to be a child?”

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The Times, 8th November 2007