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BC's privacy commissioner says the media should exercise civility

BY , Jan 23, 2020 12:33 AM - REPORT AN ERROR

B-C's privacy commissioner says the media should exercise civility as Prince Harry and his wife Meghan take up residence near Victoria.

Lawyers for the couple are reported to have threatened the British press with legal action after photos were taken of Meghan walking with her young son Archie in a public park north of Victoria.

Privacy commissioner Michael McEvoy says the media should practise self-regulation when it comes to respecting the privacy rights of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But a U-B-C journalism professor who worked as a reporter in the U-K says Harry and Meghan are hot news and should expect to make headlines when they appear in public.

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