Furthermore, as noted in Murray the circumstances in which the information came into the hands of the defendant is a relevant factor therefore, the fact that the much of the information contained in the article was provided by Mona's friend without her permission also points towards there being a reasonable expectation of privacy.
In this invasion of privacy tort, the information may be truthful and yet still be considered an invasion if it is not newsworthy, if the event took place in private and there was no consent to reveal the information.
It states that freedom of expression is limited under Article 13 of the Constitution: "Freedom of expression and freedom of information may be restricted having regard to the security of the Realm, the national supply, public safety and order, the integrity of the individual, the sanctity of private life, or the prevention and prosecution of crime.
From the story the suspects published, it was obvious that there was blackmail and attempts to extort money from our client. The invasion of privacy tort of false light is upheld in court when the plaintiff can prove that the defendant publicize the plaintiff in such as way that it would be highly offensive to a reasonable person.
Therefore, Mona's article 8 1 rights are strengthened by the fact that there was breach of confidence. The past history of both the victim and the accused should not be reported. Without prejudice to compensation for injury suffered, the court may prescribe any measures, such as sequestration, seizure and others, appropriate to prevent or put an end to an invasion of personal privacy; in case of an emergency those measures may be provided for by an interim order.
The RTI Act, makes an exception under section 8 1 jwhich exempts disclosure of any personal information which is not connected to any public activity or of public interest or which would cause an unwarranted invasion of privacy of an individual.
Categorically, invasion of privacy or the intrusion into the personal life of another, without just cause, can give the person whose privacy has been invaded a right to bring a lawsuit for damages against the person or entity that intruded.
Mona's acquaintance at the newspaper discloses that Mona's friend Jonnie Smyke-Jones provided much of the information contained in the article to the Daily World. The report, focussed on the pre-judicial coverage of a crime, accused and suspects, and how it impacts the administration of justice.