"... (the) present case does not concern the dissemination of 'ideas', but of images containing very personal or even intimate 'information' about an individual. Furthermore, photos appearing in the tabloid press are often taken in a climate of continual harassment which induces in the person concerned a very strong sense of intrusion into their private life or even of persecution."
But what do our readers think? Looking at this case and Tiger Woods' recent injunction in the UK (granted by high court judge Mr Justice David Eady) against the publication of details about his private life. Details, one should add, which you can still read about in the US media via the Internet. Is this the way the law should work? Of course, Tiger Woods, was marketing his public persona through sponsorship deals and very much made his outwardly happy family life part of his public image, whereas Ms Middleton is a private person who happens to be in a relationship with a member of the Royal family. So, where do we draw the line?