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 December 1, 2012  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S.

Sometimes judges reach decisions that actually make sense to me.  This is one of those times.

On November 21, 2012, the UK Supreme Court handed down a judgment in The Rugby Football Union vs. Consolidated Information Services Limited (Formerly Viagogo Limited), a case addressing the application of Article 8 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (Protection of Personal Data) in the context of court orders seeking to disclose the identities of alleged wrongdoers.

Read about their ruling on Privacy and Information Security Law Blog.

  2 Responses to “UK Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Court Order to Disclose Identities”

  1. Since this is concerning legal cases in the UK, the word ‘Judgment’ should be changed to ‘Judgement’ as the former is widely considered a misspelling there.

  2. If it really bothers you, I can add a (sic) after it, but I am not really free to change the spelling of quoted material. 🙂

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