It is rare for the European Court of Human Rights to find that a measure does not pursue one of the legitimate aims1, although if the Court accepts that a measure pursues a legitimate aim it will not necessarily accept that the specific objective pursued by the policy is necessary in a democratic society2. Some qualified rights3 can only be restricted in circumstances where the authorities have particularly weighty reasons for the interference, such as where the interference is with the intimate aspects of a person's private life
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