Nov 162015
 November 16, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Non-U.S.

Otago Daily Times reports:

A father who complained about a privacy breach when a television programme identified his son has had his complaint upheld by the Broadcasting Standards Authority.

Prime Television’s current affairs programme 60 Minutesscreened ‘Mother’s Difficulties’ after the accidental death of the 18-month-old younger son.

The older son was identified and his full name accompanied by photos and footages were shown in the episode. He was also linked with details of his mother’s drug addiction and prostitution.

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