This book is a reprint of the chapters on privacy and freedom of expression from the authors' major practitioner text, The Law of Human Rights. Its separate publication in this form is intended to make it accessible to those who do not have their own copy of the larger work. It is a detailedand comprehensive treatment of the law relating to human rights, privacy and freedom of expression in the UK and is particularly relevant to media law practitioners. The second edition of this work has been fully updated to provide detailed coverage of developments as the human rights legislationcontinues to be tested out in the courts. Systematic coverage of all the relevant European Convention case law on Article 8 (relating to privacy issues) and on Article 15 (on freedom of expression) is combined with a full survey of the common law principles and practice from the UK, Canada, NewZealand, South Africa and other jurisdictions.