JUSTICE This condemnation followed the release, in 2006, a witness to the hidden camera in the show “Without doubt”…
Six thousand euros. This is the fine which has been condemned Julien Courbet Thursday by the correctional court of Caen (Calvados), for the infringement of privacy in the context of the issue no doubt. The former CEO of TF1, Patrick Le Lay, has been sentenced to a 3,000 euro fine.
He was complained of to the general public issue, in 2006, released the images and the words of the mother-in-law of a man who sought to recover his daughter, whom he had yet obtained the guard, after a painful separation.
in The middle of a hidden camera, the father had shot his mother-in-law, in going to his home. This last had also been recorded by phone, it was without his knowledge, by a journalist from the show. And if her face was blurred during the broadcast, it had been recognized by relatives, and work colleagues.
The father of a family has been sentenced to 1,000 euros suspended sentence for ” undermining the intimacy of private life by recording or transmission of words of a person “, and ” undermining the intimacy of private life by fixing or transmission of the image of a person “. The reporter of the issue, also accused of complicity, has been sentenced to 1.500 euro fine.
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For his part, Julien Courbet was sentenced for ” complicity in undermining the intimacy of private life by recording or transmission of words of a person “, and ” complicity in undermining the intimacy of private life by fixing or transmission of the image of a person “. And Patrick Le Lay for ” use of a document or record obtained by an infringement of the privacy of others.”
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