Here are the slides from my Advocates’ Society presentation today. I addressed the following two questions:
- Today, is a right-thinking judge (in a non-criminal case) likely to exclude evidence obtained in breach of privacy?
- The intrusion upon seclusion tort. What have we learned about elements and defences since Jones v Tsige?
The second question was to honour the birthday of the intrusion upon seclusion tort, which turned six last week. Happy birthday privacy tort!