||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 147 (Dec)
|| ECHR 821/03
||European Court of Human Rights
Judge Garlicki (President), Judges Bratza, Bonello, Mijovic, Bjorgvinsson, Bianku and Poalelungi, and L Early (Section Registrar)
||15 December 2009
Human rights - Expression - Restriction - Necessary in a domestic society - Applicant newspapers publishing leaked doctored confidential document concerning possible takeover bid - High Court granting interlocutory injunction requiring applicants to preserve and deliver up their doctored copies of document - Whether breach of applicants' right to freedom of expression - European Convention on Human Rights, art 10.
Human rights Expression. The European Court of Human Right found a violation of the applicant newspapers' rights to freedom of expression as provided in art10 of the European Convention on Human Rights in circumstances where the applicants were required to preserve and deliver up doctored copies of a leaked confidential document concerning a possible takeover bid, the information being market sensitive.
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