Can children’s privacy rights be adequately protected through press regulation? What press regulation can learn from the courts

  title={Can children’s privacy rights be adequately protected through press regulation? What press regulation can learn from the courts},
  author={Brigit Morris and M{\'a}ire Messenger Davies},
  journal={Journal of Media Law},
  pages={113 - 92}
ABSTRACT In recent years, a number of high-profile privacy cases involving children have come before the English courts. This article draws on developments from ‘PJS v News group, Weller v Associated Newspapers’ and ‘Murray vExpress Newspaper’. In these cases, the courts considered concepts of welfare and well-being when balancing a child’s article 8 right to privacy with the article 10 right to freedom of expression for the media to reporton matters involving or affecting children. The article… 
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