The French Tribunal of Nanterre’s Enforcement of the Royal Family’s Right to Privacy – Julie de Lassus Saint-Geniès

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On Tuesday 5 September 2017, the criminal Tribunal de Grande Instance in Nanterre, Paris, ruled that France’s Closer magazine, Laurence Pieau (its editorial director) and Ernesto Mauri (the chief executive of its publisher, the Mondadori group) had gravely infringed Prince William and Princess Catherine’s right to privacy and family life when they published topless photographs of the Duchess during their holiday in the South of France in 2012.

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