Case Law: Mionis v Democratic Press SA, Businessman wins injunction to back libel case settlement – Media Lawyer

15 08 2017

In the case of Mionis v Democratic Press SA  ([2016] EWCA Civ 1194) a businessman and financier who settled a libel claim against a Greek language newspaper with a confidential deal under which the publication promised, among other things, not to publish anything which referred to him or his immediate family has won an injunction intended to enforce the agreement. Read the rest of this entry »

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Google’s US Challenge to the Canadian Global Delisting Order – Daphne Keller

9 08 2017

In its Equustek ruling in June, the Canadian Supreme Court held that Google must delete search results for users everywhere in the world, based on Canadian law. Google has now filed suit in the US, asking the court to confirm that the order can’t be enforced there. Here’s my take on that claim. Read the rest of this entry »





Case Law: Khuja (formerly PNM) v Times Newspapers, Privacy and Open Justice – Aidan Wills

7 08 2017

As previously noted on Inforrm, the Supreme Court has dismissed (by a majority of 5-2) the appeal in Khuja v Times Newspapers and others [2017] UKSC 49, an important case dealing with the interaction between privacy, the open justice principle and the right to report on judicial proceedings.  Read the rest of this entry »





Privacy and the end of innocence: An alternative perspective on Khuja (formerly PNM) v Times Newspapers – Robert Craig

27 07 2017

This post follows Paul Wragg’s piece on this blog discussing the recent Supreme Court decision determining that the applicant had no right to anonymity after being named in open court by a witness in a high profile criminal case in Oxford. Read the rest of this entry »





Worldwide search de-indexing orders: Google v Equustek – Graham Smith

26 07 2017

The Supreme Court of Canada has issued its decision in Google Inc v Equustek (2017 SCC 34). This is the case in which a small Canadian technology company, Equustek, asked the Canadian courts to grant an injunction against the well-known US search engine ordering it to de-index specified websites – not just on its Canadian domain google.ca, but on a worldwide basis. Read the rest of this entry »





Distinguishing harm from misuse in privacy law: Khuja v Times Newspapers – Paul Wragg

22 07 2017

The long-awaited judgment in Khuja (formerly known as PNM) v Times Newspapers Limited is the right decision.  But it was not unanimously decided.  It is on the dissenting judgments of Lords Kerr and Wilson that this post focuses.  Read the rest of this entry »





News: Supreme Court dismisses claimant’s appeal in PNM v Times Newspapers case

19 07 2017

In a judgment handed down today ([2017] UKSC 49) the UK Supreme Court, by a majority of 5:2, dismissed the appeal of the claimant from the refusal of Tugendhat J and the Court of Appeal to grant an injunction to prevent his name being disclosed in connection with a criminal investigation. Read the rest of this entry »