Since a court is a 'public authority'1 it has a duty, when adjudicating on an existing cause of action, to allow the relevant Convention rights and jurisprudence to remould and reshape the contours of that existing action in accordance with the relevant European Court of Human Rights jurisprudence2. By way of an illustration in the context of privacy rights
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