The mad week that was: from the ‘Butler tapes’ to Omar Raddad


Take the invasion of privacy case heard last week against the butler who recorded hours of conversations held in the personal office of ageing billionaire and L’Oréal heiress Liliane Bettencourt and five journalists (three from Mediapart and two from weekly news magazine Le Point) who were involved in publishing their contents. At the time of the revelations, a lively debate opposed those who believed it to be useful and necessary to make the conversations public and those who, for moral or legal reasons, held that their public exposure was a violation of personal privacy.

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