||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 255 (Jan)
||European Court of Human Rights
Judges Pellonpaa (President), Bratza, Pastor Ridruejo, Fischback, Maruste, Pavlovschi and Garlicki, and Mr M O'Boyle (Section Registrar)
||28 January 2003
Human rights - Right to private and family life - CCTV - Disclosure of images of applicant from CCTV - Publication of images without masking of applicant's identity - Lack of effective domestic remedy - Just satisfaction for non-pecuniary loss - European Convention on Human Rights, arts 8, 13 and 41.
The applicant whose image had been captured on CCTV had had his right to private life violated since the authority whose CCTV it was had disclosed the material leading to it being broadcast without the applicant's identity being masked. Further he had no effective domestic remedy.
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