Apr 182012
 
 April 18, 2012  Court

A timely reminder that privacy tort law may still have value in our digital world. Glynis Farrell reports:

A law school graduate claims in court that a photo studio violated his privacy and embarrassed him by circulating an email to his entire class featuring a photo of him that “accentuated the extensive blemishes on (his) face,” side by side with a touched-up photo of him, to advertise its touch-up services.

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