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Prince Harry won a legal battle with the paparazzi using Europe's GDPR privacy law — and it gives the royals a powerful new weapon against the media

Business Insider Saturday, 18 May 2019
Prince Harry won a legal battle with the paparazzi using Europe's GDPR privacy law — and it gives the royals a powerful new weapon against the media· *Prince Harry won a legal dispute with Splash News, a photo agency which used a helicopter to take pictures inside his home.*
· *As well as arguing that they invaded his privacy, the Duke of Sussex also based his case on the photographers having mishandled his personal data under Europe's new GDPR law.*
· *This is an...
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According to Business Insider, "Prince Harry won a legal dispute with Splash News, a photo agency which used a helicopter to take pictures inside his home. As well as arguing that they invaded his privacy, the Duke of Sussex also based his case on the photographers having mishandled his personal data...

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