Surferdude wrote:I hope parliament issues guidelines quickly to protect us all from these horrible machines.
Surferdude wrote:I have reported you to the police for a gross invasion of my privacy,
Steve wrote:Joe wrote:If it's low enough then nothing that a baseball bat or a 2x4 can't cure
That would probably constitute criminal damage, not to mention destroying the evidence!
Two wrongs don't make a right
http://www.inbrief.co.uk/land-law/land-ownership/S. 76 Civil Aviation Act 1982 states that ‘the lower stratum is unlikely to extend beyond an altitude of much more than 500 or 1,000 feet above roof level, this being roughly the minimum permissible distance for normal overflying by any aircraft’ (Rules of the Air Regulations 2007, Sch 1, s. 3(5)).
Steve wrote:As far as I'm aware, there are no privacy laws in the UK.
highwood38 wrote:Steve wrote:As far as I'm aware, there are no privacy laws in the UK.
That's not correct - there is privacy law in the UK, and lots of recent case law on it. A particularly useful quote is from Mr Justice Eady in CTB v NGN and Thomas: "The modern law of privacy is not concerned solely with information or secrets: it is also concerned importantly with intrusion."
Most of the cases are quite widely reported in the media - they tend to be celebrities looking for an injunction. The most recent example is PJS v NGN a couple months ago:
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