‘Bill Voge could have stopped this becoming public in England’ – UK privacy lawyers weigh in on Latham scandal
UK privacy experts suggest Voge affair would not meet public interest test
US law firm leader finds himself at the centre of a Christian ‘sexting’ storm? It was inevitable that the press would pounce on the undoing of Latham & Watkins’ chairman Bill Voge. But London privacy lawyers suggest the UK media may not have been able to hit publish on the story if it had happened here, rather than the US.
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