Campbell v Mirror Group Newspaper Ltd [2004]

The supermodel Naomi Campbell sued the Mirror Group for breach of confidence engaging section 6 of the Human Rights Act, which required the court to operate compatibility with European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) (photographed her leaving a rehabilitation clinic).

Judgment: Mirror Group was liable. It was held that Campbell's right to privacy (ECHR, Sch 1, Part I, Art 8) outweighed Mirror Group's right to freedom of expression.


超模娜奥米金宝控告英国镜报侵犯她的个人保密权,违反人权法第六条,要求法院遵从欧洲人权议会(ECHR)的运作(记者拍摄到她离开康复诊所)。

法庭的裁决:英国镜报败诉。金宝的私隐权受到保障(ECHR,Sch 1, Part 1, Art 8), 重要过镜报言论自由的权利。


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