Book Review: Remedies for Breach of Privacy edited by Jason NE Varuhas and NA Moreham

“This book is a collection of essays from leading academics, practitioners and judges on questions raised by the emergent law of remedies for breach of privacy. It arose out of the International Workshop on Remedies for Breach of Privacy, held at Melbourne Law School in December 2016, which encouraged new thinking about the common law approach to this topic. Recent developments in the legal protection of privacy have resulted in an increased demand for preventing violations of claimants’ privacy or obtaining redress after violations have taken place …” (more)

[Emma Foubister, Inforrm’s Blog, 8 January]

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