Before her interview with Oprah Winfrey aired, a judge ordered Duchess Meghan to receive a front page apology from the Mail on sunday Y Mail online.
As reported by People, a judge ruled that Associated Newspapers, which owns the Mail on sunday Y Mail online, you must apologize to the Duchess of Sussex for printing a personal letter that she sent to her father, Thomas Markle. Last month, Meghan won her lawsuit in High Court against Associated Newspapers, after lawyers for the Duchess argued that the tabloid’s decision to publish a private letter was a violation of copyright, as well as a misuse of Private information.
Judge Mark Warby revealed in legal documents released this week, via People, “The Duchess of Sussex wins her copyright infringement legal case against Associated Newspapers for articles published in The mail on sunday and published in Mail online. “The apology must state that” Associated Newspapers infringed [Meghan’s] copyright by publishing excerpts from his handwritten letter to his father in The mail on sunday and in Mail online. “
In winning the case, Duchess Meghan said in a statement at the time: “After two long years of litigation, I am grateful to the courts for holding Associated Newspapers and The Mail on Sunday accountable for their illegal and dehumanizing practices. These tactics. ” (and those of its sister publications Mail online and the Daily mail) are not new; in fact, they have been going on for far too long without consequences. For these media, it is a game. For me and many others, it is real life, real relationships and a very real sadness. The damage they have done and continue to do is profound. “
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