Expectation of Privacy in France

A French appeals court ruled that a photographer violated Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed’s expectation of privacy by taking photos of them kissing while they were on a yacht. The photographer’s attorney said “the ruling is extremely questionable legally . . . we have high hopes that the supreme court will overturn this strange ruling.” A US Court likely would have come down differently (compare the case discussed in my September 18 blog).

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