02 June 2020
Protecting your privacy
Article by Dominic Crossley, Head of Dispute Resolution and privacy and media law specialist lawyer at Payne Hicks Beach, in which he discusses the legal routes of recourse available to individuals whose private information has been publicly disclosed without their permission and the process for which damages are granted should it is be determined by a court that an offence has been committed, first published by eprivateclient online on 4 May 2020 and reproduced with kind permission.
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