I’m mistaken once a letter has been sent it is then the property of the receiver. Dragonfly As I Sit In Heaven CanvasDragonfly As I Sit In Heaven Canvas. In this case her father. It was his property to do with as he liked.
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He decided to sell it. So she needs to take her father to court if anyone. The moment it was sold to the mail it became property of the mail. But just like a book in order to reproduce it you need the permission of the author which is Meghan. So the problem here is that the mail printed that letter on their front page without permission from the original author of the letter Meghan. It was an intrusion of her privacy but the Daily Mail may argue that they published in order to refute allegations made against the father (via Meghan’s friends) – which apparently the reason the father gave for passing the letter to the DM. Dragonfly As I Sit In Heaven CanvasDragonfly As I Sit In Heaven Canvas. The huge problem now is that as it is now a legal case the press will report on the letter etc ad nauseam! Leah, why aren’t you even close to as angry at the s/!t Megan’s uncle-in-law stands accused of? Direct your misguided rage at the pedophile who was just demoted from within the royal family. Who expects illegal breeches of privacy? The daily fail had no legal right to print that letter. Letters remain the intellectual property of the person who writes them. She didn’t give permission for them to publish it so it should never have been printed. Surely the paper has a moral obligation to refuse to print personal letters, even if given to them by writer/addressee. I know the greed of people gets the better of them but let’s have some self respect and uphold morality!