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Following judgment handed down by Mr Justice Warby in the High Court on 13 April 2018, in the case of NT1 and NT2 (ciphers for the real names of the Claimants) against Google Inc in respect of complaints concerning their rights under the ‘Right to be Forgotten’, the Data Protection Act and their inherent right to privacy under Article 8 of the European Convention on Humans Rights (conveyed by the Human Rights Act 1998), the environment for individuals’ claims under the Right to be Forgotten and Google’s oft aloofness to such requests, has been shattered.

Divorcing husbands with businesses beware; Supreme Court orders Oil baron husband to give wife substantial share of his business assets in his divorce settlement!

This week, the Supreme Court overruled the recent Court of Appeal’s decision that dis-allowed a wife to obtain a significant portion of a husband’s company (Petrodel Resources Ltd & Ors v Prest & Ors). What was an amazing outcome for husbands going through a divorce, has now been back tracked.

Schalke FC has today complained to UEFA about the inclusion of Didier Drogba in their Champions League game against Galatasaray on Wednesday night. The reasons behind this provide a good and interesting opportunity for the rules of the game to be examined.

Rupinder Bains gives her analysis to Sky news on Director of Public Prosecution's comments about Social Media defamation. The Director of Public Prosecution has stated that if the author of an offensive post deletes the post "soon after" it is posted it may help the author avoid the courts. Read below for the full article "Fast Tweet Kills May Help Avoid Prosecution" and Rupinder's comments.

What do the above all have in common? Well John Terry and Luis Suarez were both accused of a racially aggravated criminal offence on the football pitch. Last night, Chelsea’s Eden Hazard decided to kick a young ball boy whilst he was on the ground to gain custody of the football whilst playing Swansea City in the Capital One Cup.

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