Unformatted text preview: The article isn’t contested as untrue, but it violated his privacy. It was a where they are today piece. Numerous states grant a common right law, California a constitutional right to be left alone. While the article is mostly for the benefit and read ship of the New Yorker Magazine, there was some privacy invasion. Still, freedom of the press is very important. Defense: Verdict: Supreme Court doesn’t agree. Sidis was a public figure and it’s impossible to deny the press to information that they can obtain. The must remain free. Law and Economics Notes:...
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- Fall '07
- Law, Supreme Court of the United States, The New Yorker, William Sidis, Sidis vs