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If Meghan Markle and Prince Harry did not seek freedom, who did?

MEghan Markle scored a small victory in his ongoing battle against Associated Newspapers, owners of the Daily mail, Mail on Sundayand MailOnline. A British High Court judge yesterday accepted Meghan’s request that the trial be postponed from January 2021 until next fall on “confidential grounds”. So instead of the successful London legal battle that begins on January 11, the case will begin in about a year.

As The Daily Beast previously reported, Meghan and Harry are filing a lawsuit against Associated for ‘misuse of private information, copyright infringement and violation of the Data Protection Act 2018’, dating to early 2019 Mail on Sunday published excerpts from a letter Meghan sent to her father, Thomas Markle, claiming he was breaking his heart “into a million pieces” when speaking to the press.

the Mail on SundayMeghan’s case is that Meghan abdicated her right to privacy by informing her friends of the letter, who then gave an interview to People magazine promoting its content. Meghan claimed she had no idea what her friends had done.

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