EXPLAINER: Why Is Prince Harry Suing the Daily Mail Publisher?
US News & World ReportMar 27, 2023
ANL subsidiaries have long settled privacy violation claims, but this case going to court shows the importance of these allegations. For decades, The Daily Mail and its sister publications ordered people to break into private property and use spyware to illegally invade the privacy of the plaintiffs. No one is allowed to commit such egregious acts, not even journalists.
These allegations, which took place as far back as 1993, involve stories that the public has widely known for over a decade at least. For celebrities to complain about their dirty laundry being aired is ridiculous and should not be taken seriously in court 30 years after the fact.