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Al has been the victim of a horrendous crime. This incident is of great interest to the public. Bob, a reporter for the National Enquirer calls and asks Al for an interview. Al declines and states that he will not speak to the reporter and will not allow his picture to be taken or for it to be used by the paper. Bob, while standing on the sidewalk across the street from Al’s, uses a high power camera to take photos of Al while he is resting inside his home. The photos are subsequently published in the paper along with an article about the incident. Al is distraught. He comes to you for legal advice.
In this case, AI can sue the reporter and the newspaper which published his picture without his consent. As per the law of privacy, before displaying the picture of any individual in any newspaper or public medium, it is important to have the consent of the person involved.
If there is no consent given by the person and despite that the information or the picture are publicized, the plaintiff has the right to sue the accused party and look for the compensation.
Thus in the case give AI can sue the reporter and the newspaper both for displaying his picture despite refusing it.
Al has been the victim of a horrendous crime. This incident is of great interest to...
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