Hugh Tomlinson QC writes:
On 25 August 2010 Supreme Court Justice Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe gave a speech to Anglo-Australasian Lawyers Society at Owen Dixon Chambers, Melbourne on the subject of privacy. His title was “The English Law of Privacy: An Evolving Human Right“. The lecture contains an interesting an useful overview of the current law of privacy, particularly in relation to the media. Lord Walker suggests that, as the law of privacy develops “its origin in the law of confidence will become a historical curiosity” and that we have now reached the point where “invasion of personal privacy” is a separate tort.
Read more on UKSC Blog.
Thanks to Ian Geldard for this link.