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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Invasion of Privacy From Posting Honeymoon Photos on Facebook

I have a new post up at Techlawgic. Here is the outline:

An Italian court recently ordered a woman to remove photos of her and her husband on their honeymoon because the husband did not give his permission for her to post the photos. 
This decision, which is 'unprecedented' in Italian law, would almost certainly fail in the United States. 
This case may illustrate differing views on privacy between the United States and Europe, or it may simply be incorrect.
In the post, I describe how these facts would not give rise to a successful action for invasion of privacy under misappropriation and intrusion on seclusion theories. An article on the case I write about is available here.

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