Sep 052016
 
 September 5, 2016  Breaches, Business, Court, Non-U.S.

Severin Carrell reports:

Donald Trump’s golf resort near Aberdeen is being sued for breach of privacy and damages by a rambler who was filmed without her consent on the course.

A lawyer acting for Rohan Beyts, a retired social worker and environmental activist, has accused Trump’s staff of breaching the Data Protection Act by taking mobile phone footage of her in April as she allegedly urinated behind a dune on the course.

Read more on The Guardian. The golf resort personnel dispute her claims.

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