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PART I: SOURCES AND PRINCIPLES OF PRIVACY LAW 1: Context and Background 2: The Nature of the Privacy Interest 3: Privacy in European, Civil and Common Law PART II: PUBLICATION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION 4: Breach of Confidence 5: Misuse of Personal Information 6: Harassment by Publication 7: Data Protection: Breach of Statutory Duty 8: Privacy, Defamation, and False Facts PART III: COMMERCIAL RIGHTS AND INTRUSION 9: Copyright, Moral Rights, and the Right to One's Image 10: Intrusion into Physical Privacy PART IV: JUSTIFICATIONS AND DEFENCES 11: Justifications and Defences PART V: REMEDIES AND SANCTIONS 12: Remedies and Sanctions PART VI: THE ACTION 13: Practice and Procedure PART VII: PRIVACY REGULATION 14: The Privacy Codes PART VIII: PRIVACY, THE INTERNET, AND SOCIAL MEDIA 15: Privacy, the Internet, and Social Media

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Dr Nicole Moreham is an associate Professor of Law at Victoria University of Wellington. She has published widely on the protection of privacy in England and Wales, New Zealand, and Europe and is a recognised expert in the field. Before she returned to New Zealand, Dr Moreham was a Fellow and Lecturer in Law at Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge. She also completed her Masters and PhD at Caius, the latter under the supervision of the late Tony Weir. Dr Moreham's research is currently funded by the prestigious Rutherford Discovery Fellowship from the Royal Society of New Zealand. Sir Mark Warby has been a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queens Bench Division, since 2014. Since his appointment he has made most of the key first instance decisions in media cases. Before his appointment he practised media and entertainment law as a junior barrister for 20 years, and as a QC from 2002. He appeared in many of the key cases in the development of privacy law, including Bryan v MGN, Campbell v MGN, Prince of Wales v Associated Newspapers, Murray v Big Pictures and Mosley v News Group. He was lead author of the chapters on breach of confidence and defences in the first edition of this work. He jointly edited the second edition, with Dr Nicole Moreham, when he added chapters on misuse of private information and practice and procedure.

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`Now in its third edition, this long established and authoritative work of reference is an absolute boon to practitioners in this difficult field where, more often than not, controversies rage. Easy to use and extensively footnoted, it presents a rich vein of references for further research. Media lawyers, privacy lawyers, human rights lawyers and yes - journalists - will no doubt come to regard it as indispensable.' Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor, Richmond Green Chambers `Review from previous edition Primarily intended as a practitioner's guide to the law, but it includes a consideration of comparative and international jurisprudence, as well as leading academic writing on the subject, in order to elaborate the principles upon which privacy rights are based ... the nearly 800 pages of the book cover surely everything readers ever wanted to know about privacy ' Media Lawyer `...a major work that is likely to become the main guide for those concerned with the development of the law of privacy insofar as it affects the media ' Computer Law and Security Report `The book's most obvious attraction is that it brings together the disparate aspects of English privacy law for the first time, but it has a great deal else to recommend it; the authors outline often confused areas of law succinctly and clearly; they extrapolate creatively from other actions to fill the many gaps left by the privacy cases; and they illustrate convincingly the degree to which the 'new' right of privacy is already entrenched in our law ' Commercial Law Journal (2005; 247) `An impressive, well-informed book. The publishers are to be congratulated in producing an excellent survey and analysis of the law that will prove immensely useful to lawyers, broadcasters, editors and journalists alike ' Ent L.R. 2004, 15(5) 167

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