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el mundo [ 25 Marzo 2004 ] [New Zealand Court of Appeal]  Hosking and Hosking vs. Runting and Pacific Magazines NZ Ltd    caché ES  cache EN 

The Court noted that protection of an individual's privacy must be balanced against other people's right to freedom of speech. Even though children should be afforded special consideration due to their vulnerability, children's privacy can only trump other people's freedom of speech in limited circumstances. Therefore, children and their representatives can only bring lawsuits about invasion of privacy where the children have been placed in danger or (1) the information about the children was obtained where there was a reasonable expectation of privacy and (2) publicising it would be highly offensive to a reasonable person. The Court found this standard to be consistent with relevant provisions in CRC, which are only directed at preventing serious physical and mental abuse of children. In this case, the photographs of Mr. Hosking's children were obtained in a public setting where there was no reasonable expectation of privacy and nothing about the photographs was highly offensive to a reasonable person. Furthermore, there was no evidence to suggest there was a serious risk to the children if the photographs were published.

 



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