‘The Cliff Richard judgment in perspective’

“Much discussion has inevitably followed in the wake of the Cliff Richard judgment, often taking polarising viewpoints. Privacy advocates hailed the judgment as a further watershed for individuals’ privacy rights whereas many in the press decried it as serious limitation on the ability to report on suspected criminality. The practical consequences of the judgment are in reality at neither end of this spectrum, but somewhere in between for the reasons explained as follows …” (more)

[Nathan Capone, Inforrm’s Blog, 10 September]

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