Meghan Markle won a two-year privacy battle—but the tabloid she sued may appeal again.
Meghan Markle's private messages exposed by a former aide forced her into an embarrassing apology—but she still won her tabloid lawsuit.
The Duchess of Sussex issued a lengthy statement after winning a two-year tabloid privacy lawsuit that at one stage left her fearing she would lose a pregnancy.
Meghan Markle has finally won her privacy lawsuit over a letter to her father—ending a two year saga in which she was forced into an embarrassing apology.
Meghan Markle's privacy lawsuit against a U.K. tabloid will either end in victory or be blown wide open after a judgement which is due in London.
The sixteen-year-old's mom was criticized for taking her boyfriend's side after sharing details of the story on Reddit.
Meghan Markle's lawyer told a bombshell documentary a "senior palace source" wanted to "defeat" her privacy lawsuit against a U.K. tabloid.
Wejo, a U.K.-based data firm, wants to use connected car data to streamline repairs, improve traffic, and guide autonomous cars.
Meghan Markle apologized for misleading a court in the same week as several high-profile public appearances—but U.S. media mentions were predominantly negative.
Meghan Markle's private messages would only have been revealed by her former aide with Prince William's permission, according to the Queen's former staffer.
Meghan Markle apology for misleading a court will boost critics, including Piers Morgan—but she may still win, experts have told Newsweek.
TikTok users across the country have been receiving a notification informing them that they might be eligible to claim a settlement payment from a recent lawsuit.
Prince Harry said "policymakers" should act on his Aspen Institute report which also called for Congress to fund an independent body to counter misinformation.
Meghan Markle accused the royals of constantly "berating" Prince Harry about her father and named Prince Charles among those to raise the issue, a court heard.
Meghan Markle says she had a miscarriage within days of a blow in her tabloid privacy lawsuit and later feared she would lose daughter Lilibet too.
The Duchess of Sussex was forced to apologize after a former staffer revealed her private messages—16 months after she launched her own attack on the palace.
Meghan Markle told a lawsuit the paparazzi had been "endangering" mother Doria Ragland's "safety while she was driving," in a haunting echo of Princess Diana.
Duchess of Sussex has been accused of a "contradiction" over a message saying she wrote a private letter "with the understanding that it could be leaked."
Meghan Markle knew a letter she sent her father might leak and told an aide "at least the world will know the truth," a court has heard.
Meghan Markle's former aide who accused her of bullying has given a witness statement contradicting her to a high stakes privacy lawsuit.
Meghan Markle's lawyers say a U.K. tabloid forced her to "open up" her "private and personal life" during a lawsuit as the case goes to appeal.
Meghan Markle's court showdown with a U.K. tabloid has been allocated an extra day and comes amid a busy week of appearances for the duchess and Prince Harry.
Andy Yen, who founded ProtonMail in 2014, said the metaverse is "insidious" and that the link between data and profit conflicts with Meta's promises on privacy.
As cars become more connected, automakers are becoming hubs for massive amounts of data. What they do with that data isn't clear, according to privacy experts.
Social media companies that do not comply with the new guidelines could face fines of 10 million Australian dollars, comparable to $7.5 million.
A hospital conducted an investigation into a nurse who allegedly shared images of a baby to her social media page.
Portpass CEO Zakir Hussein slammed the reports, criticizing people who "shame and crucify" the upstart.
Apple said it would take "additional time over the coming months to collect input and make improvements before releasing these critically important child safety features."
The Thursday decision from Ireland's Data Protection Commission handed down the second-largest fine under Europe's privacy law.