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  • 1 decade ago
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    Nah. You can refer to Douglas v Hello.

    Depending on the nature of the imagery, you may be sued for breach of confidence.

    3 considerations:

    a. whether the imagery is confidential (to determine this, we'll adopt the Australian test invented in Lenah Game Meat. If the information disclosed is highly offensive to a normal person of ordinary sensibilities, it will be considered confidential.

    b. whether you have an obligation to protect the info. An obligation will be imposed if you know or ought to have known that it is confidential.

    c. the dissemination of the info causes harm to the plaintiff

    If all these considerations are satisfied, probably you have already committed breach of confidence, which is a kind of tort.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago






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