Judge orders Mail Online to pay £10k damages to Paul Weller's children over use of unpixelated picturesBy Dominic Ponsford 16 April 12:08
The photographs were taken on 16 October 2012 by an unnamed photographer in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, and showed Weller and the children out shopping in the street, and relaxing at a café on the edge of the street.
By PA Media Lawyer 02 April 9:45
A High Court judge has criticised lawyers representing two health authorities for not having given journalists enough warning about a hearing relating to the treatment of a mentally ill woman.
By Press Gazette 28 March 8:52
A French court has ordered a gossip magazine to pay €15,000 for publishing photos of what it said was President Francois Hollande visiting an actress for a secret tryst.
By PA Media Lawyer 21 March 12:12
There was only one application for an interim privacy injunction in the High Court during the final six months of last year - and that was rejected, according to new statistics from the Ministry of Justice.
By PA Media Lawyer 18 March 11:28
Former footballer Paul Gascoigne has accepted damages from the Daily Express and Daily Star newspapers to settle his defamation and privacy claim against the two newspapers after they put video footage showing him in a drunken and incoherent state on their websites.
By Dominic Ponsford 25 February 10:04
Minor UK Royal Zara Phillips and rugby player Mike Tindall are reported to have been paid £150,000 for an exclusive photoshoot following the birth of their baby daughter Mia.
Watch out - ECHR rules that criticising the dead could undermine surviving family's Article 8 rightsBy Cleland Thom 06 February 15:03
Just when you thought it was safe to defame dead people, the European Court of Human Rights has issued a judgement that looks likely to make it more dangerous than ever.
By Darren Boyle 04 February 15:22
Kensington Palace has maintained its silence after Hello! Magazine printed paparazzi shots of Kate Middleton on holiday with Prince George
By Darren Boyle 28 January 12:08
England rugby star Mike Tindall is seeking £50,000 damages from the Sunday Express after it published a story about his “marriage blip” with Zara Phillips.
By Press Association 17 January 8:55
British spies are able to look at texts scooped up in a secret operation which collects hundreds of millions of the messages, according to the latest leak from former US spy Edward Snowden.
By Dominic Ponsford 15 January 13:26
The European Court of Human Rights has upheld the right to privacy of prominent politicians when it comes to their romantic affairs.
By Press Association 14 January 17:36
A Slovakian woman whose 12-year-old son has been placed into the care of a British local authority following hearings in the High Court in London can tell her story on the internet - as long as she does not use the English language, one of Britain's most senior judges has ruled.
By Press Association 13 January 18:12
A court order stopping the paparazzi from harassing singer Harry Styles is to continue.
By Press Gazette 13 January 14:35
A newspaper has been censured by the Press Complaints Commission for publishing a photograph of a woman sunbathing topless - which it had used before.
MP calls for new listing system for family law cases to allow journalists easier access to background informationBy Press Association 12 January 13:17
An MP has called for a change in the way family courts and the Court of Protection are covered to allow greater access to journalists.
By Darren Boyle 20 December 10:16
Two Marines cleared of murdering an Afghan insurgent in September 2011 have been named by the High Court following an application by media organisations.
By Darren Boyle 17 December 14:38
The country’s top judge today defended the decision to name a Royal Marine convicted of murdering a wounded Afghan insurgent in September 2011.
By Darren Boyle 16 December 17:45
One Direction heart-throb Harry Styles has secured a High Court injunction preventing paparazzi photographers from approaching within 50 metres of his home.
By Darren Boyle 27 November 16:51
Five Royal Marine Commandos including a sergeant convicted of murdering an Afghan insurgent should be granted life-long anonymity, a court heard today.
By PA Media Lawyer 14 November 17:30
Singer Tulisa Contostavlos has accepted £42,500 damages from news website TNT over its publication of a still from a sex tape which appeared in breach of an injunction.