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 August 13, 2009  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S.

Mr Justice Eady has publicly defended the way in which judges have developed the law of privacy.

The senior High Court judge also argued the current rarity of privacy claims contested by the media was evidence that journalists had changed their ways.

Sir David Eady, who has been pilloried by some editors for developing what they see as a backdoor judge-made privacy law, made his comments in a rare public speech to the intellectual Property Lawyers’ Association.

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