New statistics highlight rising numbers of privacy cases
The number of privacy cases brought in the UK courts has risen for the second consecutive year, according to new research by Sweet & Maxwell. New statistics compiled by the legal publisher, which come in the wake of intense media scrutiny over the use of injunctions, show the number of privacy cases rising 16% year-on-year, up from 43 for the year ending 31 May 2010 to 50 during 2010-11.
The number of privacy cases brought in the UK courts has risen for the second consecutive year, according to new research by Sweet & Maxwell.
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