On 22 January, an article from CMS Law says that, on 15 January, judgment was handed down in the High Court in a defamation case. The Claimant filed proceedings on various grounds including breach of GDPR, defamation, misuse of private information, malicious falsehood and harassment. The defendants are all domiciled in the US, and the hearing concerned a contested application for permission to serve out of jurisdiction. It is said that the most significant part of the judgment is the analysis on the territorial scope of GDPR. It says that the findings on the territorial scope of the GDPR will be welcomed by non-European domiciled defendants who are increasingly being targeted in GDPR damages claims in courts in England.
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