Written by a specialist team of academics judges and practising lawyers from the uk and abroad under the editorial direction of dr nicole moreham and sir mark warby the law of privacy and the media gives expert guidance for practitioners working on cases relating to privacy and the media and will be of value to academics with an interest in this field. The pci norms reiterate that the media should not intrude the privacy of an individual unless outweighed by genuine overriding public interest not being a prurient or morbid curiosity 12 t the well accepted rule however is that once a matter or information comes in the public domain it no longer falls within the sphere of the private. The right to privacy as an independent and distinctive concept originated in the field of tort law under which a new cause of action for damages resulting from unlawful invasion of privacy was recognised this right has two aspects which are but two faces of the same coin 1 the general law of privacy which affords a tort action for damages . Social media and the law broad accessibility in privacy law there is a right to be forgotten however this right is becoming increasingly difficult to assert in the age of social media rights such as freedom of speech and freedom of the press commonly override privacy rights however not only are privacy rights difficult to assert in court they are also difficult to enforce on the internet
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