August 11, 2005
German Man Wins Five Thousand Euros From Paper For Invasion of Privacy
A German man has won a five thousand Euro judgment against a Munich paper that published photographs of him in connection with a 2002 Wuerzburg gay pride parade. The court that awarded him the judgment stated that the paper had violated the man's "fundamental right to privacy." The plaintiff's name was not released. Read the Media Guardian's account of the case here.
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