A judge ruled in favor of London's Tate Modern art gallery in a privacy case, the Guardian reports. Tate Modern had been sued by the owners of four flats who alleged their privacy had been violated by gallery visitors who could see inside their homes from a top-floor terrace. The flat owners said they were under “near constant surveillance”; however, Justice Anthony Mann ruled the plaintiffs could have taken more measures to protect their privacy. Mann added the residents chose to purchase flats with floor-to-ceiling windows, which “in effect comes at a price in terms of privacy.” Forsters Lawyer Natasha Rees said her clients have considered an appeal to the ruling.
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