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Privacy breach damages: High Court provides some insight
This article was first published in
Privacy Laws & Business UK Report
, issue 89, January 2017
The Court of Appeal judgment in
Vidal-Hall et al v Google
opened the door to claims for “mere dis¬tress” (PL&B UK, May 2015, p. 1). The High Court judgment in
TLT and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department
has now provided some valuable insight into how damages for such claims will be calculated and adds to the growing body of case law in this area.
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