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Author Smith, Robin Callender, author
Title Celebrity and royal privacy : the media and the law / Robin Callender Smith, LLB, LLM, PhD, Visiting Professor in Media Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL), Barrister of Gray's Inn
Imprint London : Thomson Reuters (Professional) UK Limited, 2015
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Edition 1st edition
Descript xxx, 563 pages ; 24 cm
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Note Based on author's thesis (doctoral-Queen Mary University of London, 2014), issued under title: Celebrity privacy and the development of the judicial concept of proportionality : how English law has balanced the rights to protection and interference.
Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction : Key Concepts of Celebrity, Privacy and Proportionality -- Breach of Confidence as a Privacy Remedy -- Misuse of Private Information as a Privacy Remedy -- Copyright and Image Rights as a Privacy Remedy -- Protection of Harassment Act 1997 as a Privacy Remedy -- Data Protection Act 1998 as a Privacy Remedy -- Defamation Act 2013 as a Privacy Remedy -- Conclusions -- The monarch and members of the royal family -- Freedom of Information Act 2000 : post-enactment changes made in 2010 in respect of the monarch and the royal family -- The Sovereign Grant Act 2011 -- The Convention of sealing the royal wills
Subject Privacy, Right of -- England
Libel and slander -- England
Mass media -- Law and legislation -- England
Celebrities -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- England
Great Britain -- Kings and rulers -- Legal status, laws, etc
Great Britain -- Kings and rulers -- Children -- Legal status, laws, etc
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