Naomi Campbell: drugs, distress and the Data Protection Act

In the first case of its kind, Naomi Campbell successfully sued Mirror Group Newspapers for damage and distress caused by breach of the Data Protection Act 1998. Partner Nigel Wildish and assistant Marcus Turle of City law firm Field Fisher Waterhouse discuss the case and the legal implications of which online publishers should be aware.

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