Right to privacy and social media: Einarsson v Iceland (No.2)

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Abstract

Comments on Einarsson v Iceland (No.2) (31221/15) (ECtHR) on whether a national court's failure to compensate the applicant for defamatory statements about him on a Facebook page, or to pay his legal costs, breached his right to reputation under ECHR art.8. Discusses the court's approach to whether declaring the statements null and void was a sufficient remedy, and the case's implications for balancing privacy rights with freedom of expression.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)628-29
JournalEuropean Human Rights Law Review
Volume2018
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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