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Law Trinity Mirror Civil law common law) Campbell v MGN Ltd England Government of the United Kingdom English privacy law English tort law Knights Bachelor Misuse of private information Confidentiality Human Rights Act
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Law Trinity Mirror Civil law common law) Campbell v MGN Ltd England Government of the United Kingdom English privacy law English tort law Knights Bachelor Misuse of private information Confidentiality Human Rights Act
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1 ECHR has been incorporated into the law of the United Kingdom by the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA). Article 8 of the HRA establishes the need to respect private and family life whilst Article 10 of the HRA recognises the significance of freedom of expression.2 The case of Campbell vs MGN Ltd3 became the landmark ruling for the recognition of the ‘wrongful invasion of privacy’ in English Law.4 This case note analyses the Campbell decision in detail, highlighting its broader legal context, the impact of the case in practice and its potential implications. Facts Campbell involved ‘The Daily Mirror’ owned by the Mirror Group Newspapers Ltd (MGN) who published on 1 February 2001, a front page article on supermodel Naomi Campbell titled ‘Naomi: I am a drug addict.’ The article revealed that contrary to her previous pub...
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