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John M. Baker and Katherine M. Swenson John M. Baker and Katherine M. Swenson

The Eighth Circuit, in rehearing en banc, recently held that there is no clearly established due process right to informational privacy. The court therefore reversed the denial of qualified 8th Circuit Spotlightimmunity to city and county officials who had disclosed to a tabloid information about childhood sexual abuse allegedly committed against the plaintiffs.

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