James Souter quoted in The Times' and Property Week's coverage of the Tate Modern privacy case
James Souter has been quoted in The Times' and Property Week's coverage of the Tate Modern privacy case, in which residents of glass-walled flats overlooked by a viewing platform at the Tate Modern lost their case because a judge concluded that they had sacrified their own privacy. Read more below (subscription required).
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