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Well, I mean, there's two ways of coming at it. People who live their lives in the public realm have a different expectation of privacy to those who don't. And then the people who live their lives in the public realm take on responsibilities of various sorts, depending on what kind of public role they perform.

The Strasbourg jurisprudence, is, I think, relatively clear. If you're a public political figure, then your expectations are very different from if you're someone who is a mere celebrity, if I can put it that way.

Could I just draw attention -- I don't know if you are going to move on from this. Were you moving on from this?

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