Tate Wins Lawsuit Against Tower Residents Over Privacy Complaints

February 12th, 2019

A London judge has ruled for the Tate in a privacy case over an adjacent tower with residents complaining of viewers peering into their flats. “They have moved more of their living activities into a quasi-balcony area and provided more to look at,” ruled Mr. Justice Mann. “Had they not done that, there would have been less worth looking at – less to attract the eye – and fewer living activities to be intruded upon.”

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